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Re: Feature Request: Revision graph speed & cached info

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-02-07 19:02:18 CET

Gavin wrote:
> I have recently moved from WinCvs to tortoisesvn and the feature I miss most
> is the revision graph. I know this feature exists in tortoisesvn, but it is
> very slow for large repositories.
> I was wondering if the feature could be improved by caching all the revision
> graph info locally. I think each file I graph requires that all changes be
> sent from the server (from 0 to the HEAD). Could we not cache all the
> changes (up to a particular revision) locally and when I graph, it gets all
> the newer changes only.
> This would mean that 1) speed is significantly improved when graphing
> multiple files and 2) I can "update" the graph overnight and then when I do
> work the next day I only need to get the most recent changes. Also, the
> local info can be indexed in such a way as to speed up the graphing.
> Local hard-drive space is cheap, so why not use it to cache the changes of a
> repository.
> I may be totally off the mark with this suggestion.

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