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Re: SVN taking over my machine

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-08-09 20:08:00 CEST

Timothy Graupmann wrote:
> However, when I get an update TortoiseSVN just takes over. I realize the update
> might be 15 minutes. Is it possible to do some Sleep(0) and handle Windows
> Messages more. I'm using Windows XP BTW. TortoiseSVN 1.3.5, Build 6804 - 32 Bit

Please define "takes over". Does it use 100% CPU time? Is your harddrive
working very hard?

If your whole computer freezes (even other apps, not just TSVN), then
you have a serious problem, most likely a malfunctioning driver
(video/harddrive) or bad hardware.

> I've done a few things to speed this up. Like disable the icons recursively.
> I'm not looking for a faster checkout. But just wondering if you can process
> messages while getting files too. In the middle of a 2Meg download, still peek
> and dispatch messages, and Sleep(0) (yield to other processes).

The whole updating/checkout/... is done in a separate thread, so the UI
still responds - if it doesn't then as I mentioned above your system is
not ok.


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