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Re: [TSVN] Question on new cache

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2005-09-15 22:51:11 CEST

Mark Phippard wrote:
> As you may recall, I have my own build and my own install program for
> TortoiseSVN. I am not sure if the new cache is really working correctly
> for me, and I am wondering if I missed a new registry entry that is
> needed, or something like that.
> The main thing I am seeing is that when I do things like a commit the
> decorators do not refresh. So I am wondering if the file system
> monitoring is happening. I thought maybe that requires something from the
> installer that I have missed. All of the installer changes were made
> around the same time as the cache changes. Since I do not use your
> installer I typically just keep my open for changes. There were so many
> changes I did not really pay attention to any of them. I have looked at
> the wxs files and no new registry entries jumped out at me.
> I guess the other possibility is that other people are seeing this
> behavior with TSVN and it has nothing to with my installer.

Yep. That's what I am seeing on the standard install. I think the
auto-refresh was causing more problems than it solved. Things like
renaming a file in explorer would abort part way through when the update
message filtered through asynchronously.

I may have got this wrong though. Some commands do still seem to refresh
automatically, so I'm not sure what the exact logic is.


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Received on Thu Sep 15 22:51:05 2005

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