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Re: [TSVN] Status Cache

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-08-18 08:49:54 CEST

On 8/17/05, Sven Brueggemann <SBrueggemann@gmx.net> wrote:

> I didn't see any differences in *what* TSVN does, only some changes in
> *when* it does it. I even played around with WCs on a Linux Samba drive
> and didn't find any unexpected behaviour.
> I noticed that TSVNCache.exe that hardly took some seconds a day of CPU
> time now uses minutes but I didn't notice any difference in the systems
> responsiveness while doing interactive work.
> What came up to me is that the building of our software became much
> slower after updating from 4107 to 4178. While building, TSVNCache uses
> quite a lot of CPU time (10-30% with peaks of 45% on a P4 3,2).

I think I can fix that. I'll commit a change as soon as I get home.

> BTW: Does any part of TSVN ever open unversioned files? The compiler
> on my machine at home trapped once with an "EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION
> on Read" (what ever that means). That may be totally unrelated to
> TSVN but since I've never seen it trap before...

Apart from PathIsDirectory() API calls, no.

> BTW2: In nested working copies: Should the icon overlay of the outer
> working copy reflect any changes in the inner working copies or not?
> With 4178 the overlay icon of the outer working copy alternates between
> the inner working copies stati and it's own, while in 4107 it ignored
> nested copies (most of the time).

I'll have a look.


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