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Re: Some comments on 1.3

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-10-28 15:02:43 CEST

Flanakin Michael C Ctr HQ OSSG/OMR wrote:
> I agree. Having the speed of the transfer is less than useful. It's
> honestly something that can simply be portrayed as a number for those
> interested. In my experience, only techies even care about it. More
> people would want to see the number of bytes transferred out of the
> total. That would actually give them a "progress" status.

Only techies? What's that supposed to mean? Do you really think 'normal'
people don't want to know at what speed data is transferred? Have you
ever seen the IE download dialog?

> Personally, I like the way WinRAR works. There are two progress bars.
> The first is a file progress, the second is an overall progress. I
> find that useful for large files in large packages (or repositories,
> in this case). That way, you can see the status of the file even if
> it doesn't make up a big majority of the overall commit. I can't tell
> you how many times I've wondered if it's died on me for large file
> commits.

Great idea! Why haven't I thought of that?

Sometimes I think some people here think I'm completely stupid and that
I don't know anything about what users want.
Do you really think I wouldn't have implemented it that way if we
actually had that kind of information? And if it weren't for me, we
wouldn't even have speed information. Because it was me who wrote the
patch for Subversion which now provides that information.


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