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RE: [TSVN] RFC: New cache scheme

From: Hughes, Bill <Bill.Hughes_at_cox.co.uk>
Date: 2005-01-21 14:54:52 CET

SteveKing wrote:
> The status info (if you store the whole svn_wc_status_t struct) is
> more than just 40 bytes. You have the filename in there, the URL it
> points to and UUID strings...
> But we can just assume that whoever has very big working copies also
> must have enough RAM available - I think that's reasonable.
Probably - not everyone works with compiled languages though, which can mean
lower memory requirements.
I'd agree anyway looking at the spec of newer machines - and if Win98 is no
longer supported why not take the same view of machine with less than a
reasonable value.
What's a realistic minimum value for a dev box these days, is 256Mb in the
right area?
I suppose I'm suggesting updating the system requirements to remove win98
and add a memory value too. Hmm, is NT still to be supported?


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 of the 'minimum requirements' statements - PC with Windows ME or newer and
at least xMb memory?
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