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[TSVN] Thoughts on performance

From: Nicklas Norling <exinor_at_exinor.net>
Date: 2005-04-14 15:28:13 CEST


Regarding performance issues in TSVN I've been thinking a lot of the
filesystem events on windows. I know that there is a new cache in the
upcomming 1.2, but as far as I understand it can still age out etc.

Have there been any thoughts into using windows filesystem events
to trap changes to files and alter the content of the cache this way
to keep it fresh.
I'm guessing svn might encapsulate some of the functionallity needed
but if we can make a good case maybe svn devs would be inclined to
accept implementations using filesystem events in svn libraries as well?


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