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Re: Feature suggestion

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-22 12:57:17 CET

On 2/22/06, Jens Geyer <jgx@vsx.net> wrote:

> It would be probably very helpful, if the TSVNCache process would exclude
> some Special Windows Folders from his activities.
> - the Recycle BIN folders

That's a little bit difficult, because there's no API to get the
actual path to the recycle bin. Or at least I haven't found one that

> - the IE Browser Cache folders
> - the Recent Files folders
> - the History folders

Already done in HEAD.

> For example, if one's wastebasket is somewhat filled, there is a lot of
> activity therein, which has the tendency to generally slow down the machine.
> Just have a look at the Sysinternals' Filemon log.
> Another idea would be, if folders can be excluded manually by the user. For
> example, if I never intend to check out something into
> C:\Privacy\Family\Pictures, then I can tell TortoiseSVN not to waste his
> time with that folder and simply ignore it.

Still working on that. Expect it to be done in the next release
(1.4.0, not 1.3.x).


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