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Re: [TSVN] Thoughts on performance

From: Will Dean <svn_at_indcomp.co.uk>
Date: 2005-04-14 17:50:23 CEST

At 17:36 14/04/2005 +0200, you wrote:

>Not being knowledgeable in user-mode/kernel-mode events I can't argue with
>you here.
>It's a pity you feel it would be next to impossible.

Well, it's not really impossible - even I could do it! It's just that I
can't do it while helping look after my kids and paying the mortgage...

>How sweet for the cache to know that
>a user just touched a file :) I'm guessing kernel-mode is what virus
>scanners use then?

Yes. Which is why MS are trying to make it easier for such applications to
install those sort of hooks.

>But they do get such a need if we can demonstrate such a case :) They
>provide our library and
>hence, in a way, we dictate what they need to supply. The svn command line
>client is only one
>implementation using the libraries.

Sure. I'm not stopping you trying to persuade them of
something! Personally, I'd like them to make the current implementation
work faster - I think a client library rewrite is expected for 2.x,
although I don't know the details of what the benefits are expected to be.



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