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RE: Re: Feature Request: Colored log

From: <SebastianUnger_at_eaton.com>
Date: 2006-09-21 23:30:57 CEST

Regex' don't do the job, that I had in mind, as the scripts actually
have to change the colour of a line, once that rev has been build.

As far as speed goes, don't you already have to talk to the server to
get the log property? I know nothing about the internals of SVN server
comms, but I would have hoped, that you can in the same round trip get
any and all properties you need. Also, I guess, if you made the feature
optional, then the danger of people chasing you would be reduced and
even if they track you down, you would always have the defence of "Well
YOU turned it on, didn't you?!"

I know it's very much a nice to have feature, but for us it would be,
well, nice to have. ;-)


-----Original Message-----
From: news [mailto:news@sea.gmane.org]On Behalf Of Mark Clements
Sent: Friday, 22 September 2006 6:01
To: users@tortoisesvn.tigris.org
Subject: Re: Feature Request: Colored log

"Stefan Kung" <tortoisesvn@gmail.com> wrote in
message news:4512CC99.1050503@gmail.com...
> SebastianUnger@eaton.com wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > we use a background build process that tries to compile every
> > commited to the repository and then updates the log message property
> > the revision to indicate success or failure. It would be nice if
> > tortoise could somehow indicate this result a bit more conspicous.
> >
> > What I had in mind was a revision property, such as tsvn:log-color
> > similiar, that tortoise uses to color the lines in a log dialog.
> > way the hook scripts can modify those properties and it is
> > visible in the log, where a background build started failing and
> > it came right again etc.
> >
> > How hard to you think such a feature would be to implement?
> The feature itself would not be so hard to implement. But it would be
> much harder to avoid getting beaten to death by all the users.
> To do what you want, we would have to fetch the revision property for
> every single revision shown in the log dialog. If you consider a round
> trip time of only half a second, that would mean 50 seconds for the
> default 100 revisions shown.
> And the server administrators would personally hunt me down at home

You could have a single repository-wide property that contains

- Mark Clements

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