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Re: feature request: Built-in suspend?...

From: Sven Brueggemann <SBrueggemann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2006-04-26 21:06:55 CEST


> updating it's cache while the build is going on, which means that 50% of
> CPU and 90+% of disk activity starts going to TSVNCache. Also the number
> of directories and file types that the project is generating is a little
> too cumbersome and conficting to easily manage this through ignores.
> In summary, a feature to suspend Tortoise activity so that work can be
> completed in a reasonable amount of time on the machine (which otherwise
> takes a lot more time because of TSVNCache activity). [Even in a more
> well thought out project I can still see build type scenarious where
> this would be a problem].

In TSVN 1.4.0 you can configure caching to "default" (TSVNCache crawls
your hd), "Shell" (the shell extension crawls folders visible in the shell)
and "none" (no caching at all). I can't tell, if TSVNCache is
suspended immediately after changing the setting, but it's worth a try.

Kind regards


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Received on Wed Apr 26 21:06:52 2006

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