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Re: TSVNCache.exe opens filehandles

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-07-24 17:47:51 CEST

On 7/23/06, Simon Large <simon@skirridsystems.co.uk> wrote:
> Kevin Grover wrote:
> > Actually, it probably won't matter. I've discovered that tsvncache
> > latches onto drives that I've never used an SVN command on (either via
> > Explorer or cmd). This makes sense (because it's a shell extension, so
> > if I access a directory through Exporer, tsvncache 'sees' the path).
> >
> > It would be nice to have a TSVN Shell option to 'Flush' the TSVN cache
> > (perhaps selectable on an advanced tab so as to no confuse others) so it
> > would clear all cached handles. That way I could cleanly unmount drives
> > or delete directories, which open handles in tsvncache prevent, without
> > just killing the processes. Or, the TSVN Flush command could popup a
> > window allowing me to select drive and/or subdirectories to flush ---
> > maybe that's overkill....
>
> If you set HKCU/Software/TortoiseSVN/CacheTrayIcon to a non-zero value
> you get (surprise) a cache tray icon, which allows you to stop the cache.

What version(s) of TSVN does this apply to? I set this (correctly, I
think/hope) and don't have an icon, even after a reboot. Running the
latest non-dev build (1.3.5, Build 6804).

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