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Re: Commit progress indicator?

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2007-06-21 10:20:47 CEST

On 21/06/07, Brooks Talley <brooks@illuminati.org> wrote:
> I'm finding myself routinely committing both thousands of small files, and sometimes a couple of 1GB files. I would love to have some kind of progress indicator. Nothing fancy; I'd settle for something like "File 1269/2312, 105MB/180MB". Any hope of seeing something like that in a future Tortoise?

This is certainly a desirable and much requested feature, but it's not
as easy as it may sound. Firstly the data is sent compressed, so the
file sizes are no indication of the amount of data to send. Perhaps
more importantly, the transmission is done within the Subversion
libraries. There is a callback to indicate how many bytes have been
sent, but it doesn't tell you how much there is left to send. You
could go and petition the users at subversion.tigris.org mailing list
to ask them to add such a feature.


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