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[TSVN] Re: [new user] make --stop-on-copy default

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_blazepoint.co.uk>
Date: 2005-01-28 16:54:07 CET

Aniruddha Apte wrote:
> I am a new user of tsvn, and recently upgraded to TSVN 1.1.3. How can
> I set the log command to take the option of --stop-on-copy? In my
> installation that checkbox is always grayed out.

Where are you doing show log from? There are 2 reasons why it may be
greyed out.
1. The initial fetch has got all revisions anyway, so you have no reason
to do a Get All.
2. If you use show log from the update dialog.

> Also, is there a setting which will always set this option by default?
> This is useful as our users do not want to see large import logs that
> take much time to be shown.

No. You can restrict the number of revisions fetched by default
(normally it is 100) in the TSVN settings dialog. I use the default of
100 with the TSVN repository over a 56K modem connection and I see no
speed problems - getting 100 revisions might take a second longer than
getting only 50.

We have considered ways to make it more flexible, but that will not
happen until SVN 1.2 is released in about 2 months time.

Simon

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