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Re: tortoisesvn issues with large commits

From: Jody Shumaker <jody.shumaker_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-18 17:30:23 CET

> I now (r5769) changed TSVN so that it really only commit the files
> separately under the following conditions:
> - multiple entries were selected to show the commit dialog (in that
> case, we can't be sure that committing the parent dir only is really the
> same)
> - entries are unchecked in the commit dialog to not commit them
> - entries inside svn:externals are selected for commit too.
> So only in these cases the memory use will grow - but that's something
> for the Subversion guys to fix/change/improve.

I guess the one danger of this is if files somehow change in between
the time the commit dialog was opened and the commit was actually
started then the list of files in the commit dialog will not match
what is actually commmited.

I guess this is something that shouldn't really ever happen, but
something people should be careful they don't cause themselves. If
Subversions excessive memory usage when a file list is given is ever
fixed, I think it'd be good to chnge back to the previous method of
always using a file list.

- Jody

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