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Re: [TSVN] 1.1.5RC2

From: Molle Bestefich <molle.bestefich_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-04-07 13:03:13 CEST

Piotr Kontek wrote:
>> My first guess would be that disabling "recursing" and "show folder status"
>> in TSVN Settings would revert to the old behaviour.
> I have disabled recursing and show folder status.
> I tried 1.1.3, 1.1.4, 1.1.5RC, 1.15RC2 and nightly builds and each of
> them have this problem :(

I can perhaps understand that 1.1.3, 1.1.4 and the 1.1.5 RC series
have the problem.
I'm a bit boggled that the nightly should have any problems though.
What revision was the nightly that you tried? (Install, TSVN --> About..)

> It's a big problem for me. Waiting 3 minutesd for context menu is
> incredible.

I can imagine. But see it from a developer's point of view. It's
hard to reproduce your problem with the limited amount of information
you've provided so far. Your WC layout is unclear - first you mention
that your WC has 8 files, and later this grows to 1200 files. You've
attached potentially useful log files, but judging by the timestamps
in these two logfiles, the highest amount of time TSVN has spent
enumerating your WC is 3 seconds. I can hardly imagine that these
logfiles are complete, at least they bear no notion of anything taking

I'd be happy to try and reproduce your problem.
The more people seeing the issue, the more likely it is that someone
will find out what is really the base of the problem.

I'm just not really able to so far.

Any chance you could provide, for instance, a reproduction recipe / test case?
Or perhaps even ftp me a copy of your repository?

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Received on Thu Apr 7 13:03:42 2005

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