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Re: TortoiseSVN slow

From: Jon Daley <jon_at_limedaley.com>
Date: 2007-07-05 15:50:07 CEST

On Thu, 5 Jul 2007, Jon Daley wrote:
> On Thu, 5 Jul 2007, Simon Large wrote:
>> On 05/07/07, Andrew Wan <andrew_wan1980@hotmail.com> wrote:
>>> Has anyone else experienced Windows Explorer slow down issues with the
>>> latest TSVN 1.4.4?
>> I have noticed explorer takes a much longer time to show anything
>> lately, but I don't think that is related to TSVN. I still have 1.4.3
>> here at work and explorer takes several seconds to show anything at
>> all. I assumed it was a M$ issue.
> I have "the slowdown" on 1.4.3 as well, and I upgraded one of my
> machines, and it hasn't gotten any better. I don't think tortoise was this
> slow when I first installed it, but I might be making that up.
> I actually uninstalled Tortoise for a while, since I am used to
> command line svn on Linux anyway, but there are a handful of things that are
> pretty nice in tortoise, so I put it back.
> I don't know if Microsoft changed something in explorer, but
> definitely tortoise exploits that change. (though I always turn the context
> menu of winzip off, since that also causes slow downs)
> Is there anything to be looked at in Tortoise to see where the
> slowdown is occurring? There was some talk a month or two ago that said
> basically there isn't much code that gets executed, so there wouldn't be
> anything to optimize, or something like that.

         Interesting - I just upgraded to 1.4.4, and got a notification to
shut down firefox before the installation could finish. Why would
tortoise be hooked into Firefox? Is the answer it is hooked, but when it
doesn't do anything?

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Received on Thu Jul 5 16:11:25 2007

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