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Re: log cache issues

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 07 Sep 2008 09:27:23 +0200

Stefan.Fuhrmann_at_etas.com wrote:
> Just in case there is a technical issue with mailing:
> You've got mail at your tsvn gmail account.
>
> Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com> wrote on 09/06/2008 10:48:37 AM:
>
>> You've been very quiet lately on the list.
>
> I had unforeseen crunch time for the last three months or so.
> Actually, this is my first proper weekend since early August.
> For what I can tell, I've been back to normal working conditions
> for a few days now and it seems to stay that way.

That's not a problem. Just tell us: a short notice so we know that you
won't answer mails for some time.
But without such a notice, honestly I wasn't even sure if you were still
alive until I saw your posts on the Subclipse list.

>> There are some issues with
>> the log cache which need someone working on them.
>
> Anything else than the issue you described in the initial post?
> Since I seldom scan the users list, the last problem I'm aware
> of was the UNC issue we fixed a while ago. If it was on the @dev
> list, I slipped it due to the unhealthy amount of stress I had - sorry!

I fixed a problem r13813.
And there were some other reports on the list, like getting an empty
error box when showing the log from the merge dialog (which is hopefully
fixed for everyone in r13813). Then some others:
http://groups.google.com/group/tortoisesvn-dev/browse_frm/thread/1fe5aff110eb2bf2?tvc=1&q=TortoiseSVN+crashing+on+blame+with+upper+revision+limit
http://groups.google.com/group/tortoisesvn/browse_thread/thread/95e3d10c71db9071/57daaf3ce63d7d6e?lnk=gst&q=blame+gpf#57daaf3ce63d7d6e

And this one's for the revision graph, since you're working on that on
your branch, you should read that too:
http://groups.google.com/group/tortoisesvn/browse_thread/thread/b6a480a91d4d8b68?tvc=2&q=making+revision+graphs+easier+to+read

>> If you don't want to
>> do it anymore, that's fine, but a little notice would be nice.
>
> That's the bad thing about it. I always had the impression of
> "next weekend you can do something for TSVN again". But only
> during those very WEs, it turned out to be impossible.

We don't expect you to work on TSVN if you don't have the time. But a
short notice that you don't have the time.
I have to know whether I should try and fix problems myself or if you
can do it. If I know that you don't have the time, I know that I have to
do it - but if I don't and you also don't fix the issues, they will stay
in TSVN and never get fixed.

Stefan

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Received on 2008-09-07 09:28:32 CEST

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