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[TSVN] Re: RFC: New cache scheme

From: Russell Hind <rh_gmane_at_mac.com>
Date: 2005-01-23 21:41:30 CET

Will Dean wrote:
> I shall take a fair bit of convincing that there is much benefit to
> being able to run without anyone logged-in, at least until we start to
> use TSVNCache to make its information available across the network....

I can't think of a huge benefit at the moment. Like you say, better to
wait until people start using it before doing something like that.

> I don't think 'synchronous' recursive status as we have at the moment is
> ever going to viable for real use-cases. I think that offering a 'lazy'
> version which is useable is an improvement.

I agree (although I'm not implementing it!) Currently recursive
overlays are un-usable for us. I'd even rather see no overlays on
folders until the entire information is available, than the current
state which locks explorer.

A lot of the time I browse the project folder, I'm just looking at
files, not to see the status of everything. Currently everytime I do
this, explorer locks up whilst fetching status if recursive overlays is
turned on.

I'd rather it displayed nothing and left explorer responsive, and on the
occasions where I want to see the state of folders, I just wait until
the icons appear.



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Received on Sun Jan 23 21:45:15 2005

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