RE: Re: Missing “transferred kbytes” in TortoiseSVN update or checkout dialog
From: Markus Liebelt <markusliebelt_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 29 Jun 2015 05:31:24 -0700 (PDT)
Thank's a lot for the answer, even when there is some feedback included I don't like :-)
> On 17.06.2015 21:36, Markus Liebelt wrote:
I have a different opinion here. If there would be a flag, users could answer that. But the reason for removing the feature could only be explained by developers.
> Second: if you post a question to stackoverflow and then ask it here
Ok, here is the summary of the question, so others have not to click on the link:
In former times, with older versions of TortoiseSVN (I think at least TortoiseSVN 1.6.x), I got the feedback how many kbytes or mbytes were transferred when using the checkout or update dialog in TortoiseSVN.
Nowadays (with TortoiseSVN 1.8.x), this information is just missing. When I do a checkout, I see during the checkout the information flying through Transferring at x kbytes/sec, but at the end, I only get: Added: x
Why is that information not any more visible? Is there a way to see it again?
I do understand that, for us this feature was handy to see the following things:
* How much do we have to expect on network traffic in special situations? Sometimes, we could even measure the quality of the network (including authentication / authorization) of different users.
So thank's a lot for the information, and sorry for using the wrong forum and form of asking.
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