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Re: [Bug] (Nightly Build): Update dialog slow

From: Stefan KŁng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 18 Jan 2008 17:45:21 +0100

Robert Dailey wrote:
> First of all I want to note that I haven't seen a nightly build that
> hasn't exposed this issue.
> Operating system: Vista x86 Business
> Test Case: Do a full checkout of the C++ boost library
> I notice that when I am doing updates that involve hundreds or thousands
> of files, it progressively gets slower the fuller the log gets. In other
> words, as the list of "Added" files (in the case of a fresh checkout)
> gets larger, the system eventually slows down to a crawl. As you already
> know, placing the scroll bar to the bottom of the list during a checkout
> causes the list to scroll automatically for you in such a way that the
> bottom of the list always shows the latest item added during the
> checkout. If you scroll away from the bottom, it no longer will
> auto-scroll for you. I am able to make TortoiseSVN speed up by disabling
> this automatic scrolling. By doing this, I notice my transfer speed
> increases dramatically and the operating system moves much more smoothly.
> Not sure if this is a known but or not but I figured it was worth
> mentioning.

Try the next nightly build. Revision 11901 got some performance
optimizations for the progress dialog (the dialog showing operation


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