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Re: What does TSVNCache do anyway?...

From: Donald H Locker <donald.locker_at_ptmelec.com>
Date: 2006-05-26 13:32:30 CEST

I'd like to be sure I understand what you mean by not "keeping your
working copy in the drive root."

I have working copy directories "Tester4.09" and "TestStuff" which are
located at my drive root. Each has its own repository assigned to it.
If I understand correctly, this arrangement is OK and will not cause the
TSVNCache to walk any directory other than "Tester4.09" and "TestStuff",

Many thanks!

Stefan Küng wrote:
> Peter Yamamoto wrote:
>> I said "other than"... I've been leading up to this frustration point
>> by asking other questions related to the behavior and problems we are
>> seeing and there hasn't been a response.


> Since you're keeping your working copy in the drive root, with all
> 'other' folders part of the working copy (unversioned, but still part of
> it), of course you get that behavior.
> Windows changes files often. There are plenty of log files, written
> every few minutes. So there are files getting modified. And since those
> folders are in your working copy, the cache recrawls the working copy.

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