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Re: can one turn off svncache?

From: Milen A. Radev <milen_at_radev.net>
Date: 2006-10-06 18:33:18 CEST

On 06/10/06, Bob Kuhfahl <bobk@asg.com> wrote:
> Searched the group, read the faq, but do not see how to do this.
> We have a script driven build system that runs on our development platform in
> addition to being able to use tortoisesvn. Occasionally, but often enough to
> be a problem, we have TSVNCache touching a file while the build system is also
> trying to do something with it. There are definately periods where I'd like to
> not have TSVNCache.exe eating up memory/cpu, as well as not touching files.
> I'd think I'd be able to 'turn tortoise off' w/o having to uninstall it... Any
> ideas would be appreciated!

Yes, that's a new feature in version 1.4.0 - open "Settings", then go
to "Look and Feel"->"Icon Overlays"->"Status cache" and click "None"

Milen A. Radev
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