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TSVNCache auto-recursion and .pdb files

From: Myria <myriachan_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 16 Mar 2008 13:00:09 -0700

I have a C:\Projects directory into which I check out a bunch of
Subversion projects. Each of these projects has thousands of files.

In Windows Vista, when you are browsing a directory through the shell,
it will show a directory tree on the left according to your current
location. If I'm browsing C:\Projects\ThirdProject, the directory
tree shows this, but it also shows sibling directories
C:\Projects\FirstProject, C:\Projects\SecondProject,
C:\Projects\FourthProject ... . Because Explorer displays these as
icons, TortoiseSVN decides that it needs to determine the icon overlay
to display for these directories. TSVNCache then recursively
enumerates these directories.

The hard drive begins to thrash, and an hour later, finally finishes.
TSVNCache has now bloated to 200 MB of RAM use. This is a 64-bit
Vista system. As soon as a similar event occurs in a file save
dialog, the process repeats itself for the 32-bit version of
TSVNCache. I now have 2 hours of disk time and 400 MB RAM wasted on
files I'm not using.

Is there a way to disable auto-recursion in TortoiseSVN?

Also, is there a place I could get the .pdb files for the released
versions of TortoiseSVN? There is a very common crash I run into.
I'd like to give a stack trace as a bug report, but I'd need the .pdb
files in order to do that. .dmp files would reveal confidential
information.

Thanks!

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