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Re: Revision Graph unhappy w/ 72000 revs

From: Jody Shumaker <jody.shumaker_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-04-13 17:01:28 CEST

On 4/13/06, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn@gmail.com> wrote:
> Peter McNab wrote:
> > Hi Stefan.
> >
> > After the avalanche of black dots down the screen from the last episode,
> > dare I ever post again?
> Sure!
> > Would there be any virtue in maintaining a checksummed copy of the log
> > history in the WC .svn protected area and just update it at opportune
> > times. Then at graph generation time use that instead of going to the
> > server for more than getting any late changes and doing a cross check
> > with the checksum.
> http://tortoisesvn.berlios.de/issues/?do=details&id=45
> Please read my comments about this. There are some issues with that
> approach.
> And storing them in the .svn folders is a *must not do*. We don't own
> those directories, Subversion does.
> Stefan
> --

Agreed on storing in the .svn directories, definately not the place.
After reading your comments in that issue, for this particular case I
believe you have to trieve the logs from the repository root anyways
for the revision graph? Personally it would be nice to cache log
messages for use with "show log", but primarily interested in it for
speeding up the revision graph. Caching on the repository root is
rather nice since it is a nice simple one cache per repository.

- Jody

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