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[TSVN] Status Cache

From: Stefan Küng <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2005-08-15 19:34:20 CEST


As of revision 4165, the cache now is completely 'alone'. That means
that TortoiseProc doesn't notify the cache anymore about changes.
This is because now, the cache itself monitors the whole file system for
changes (file modifications, renames). I've tested this as far as I
could, and it now doesn't show wrong recursive overlays anymore if a
file deep down a working copy get's changed.

But: I don't have really big working copies as some of you guys have.
And even though I haven't experienced any system slowdown (CPU usage of
TSVNCache stays below 4% at all times, even when I run the TSVN build
script or copy a *lot* of files from one harddrive to another), some of
you may experience such a slowdown.

I'd like you to grab the next nightly build and start testing the new
status cache. And if you do, please report back your findings.


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