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From: Peter Scmsvn <scmsvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-17 22:07:56 CEST


I am using TortoiseSVN configured with TortoisePlink and an SSH Key, as
stated everywhere.

The connection svn+ssh:// works perfectly using my username ,the server name
and the key.
The only problem I would like to fix is that it seems that the client is
making a new handshake each time
I am opening a different folder in the repo-browser, instead of keeping the
SSH connection up for subsequent actions.
Would it be possible for the client to use SSH connection caching so that it
does not take 2 seconds
to open each folder while browsing ?
I know I can have faster browsing by using ctrl+F5, to cache the subfolder
names, but what I would
like is to use the same connection to browse the repository,as long as, lets
say, the repo-browser window is active.

Or is that due to something else ?

Thank you,


Received on Wed May 17 22:08:12 2006

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