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Re: [TSVN] 1.1.5RC2

From: <jwhitby_at_bankofny.com>
Date: 2005-04-07 13:20:15 CEST

>Piotr Kontek wrote:
>>> My first guess would be that disabling "recursing" and "show folder
>>> 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 -->

I believe the external cache is still turned off by default
(check for a registry key HKCU\Software\TortoiseSVN\ExternalCache
if it does not exist, create it as a REG_DWORD and set it to 1)

>> It's a big problem for me. Waiting 3 minutes 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.

Sorry to butt in but Piotr has provided a **lot** of info, just to
clarify - his reproduction recipe working copy contains 8 files but his
actual day to day working copy with the 3 min delay contains the 1200
files and takes the 3mins. to show a menu. He would like to know why when
asking for the status of a single file in a working copy is the status
of all files checked?

Piotr have you tried the external cache? I have a working copy on
a network drive with approx 1,800 files and the response is v quick
even with recursive on.

Great Job Stefan & Will! many thanks


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