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Re: Download speed and progress-meter when updating.

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 04 Jun 2008 10:49:49 +0200

Simon Large wrote:
> 2008/6/4 Christian Rasmussen <chr.aaroe_at_gmail.com>:
>> Hello there
>> I've been running a svn server for myself and some friend who I study with
>> for our projects. Everything has been working fine, but I've always been a
>> bit annoyed with the lack of information when doing an update - how fast am
>> I downloading and how far in the process am I?
>> A little while ago I had a look at the
>> http://svn.astrumfutura.org/zfblog/ through TortoiseSVN and to my surprise I
>> saw that during the update it gave me information such as how much data I
>> had downloaded along with the current speed - this was almost which I had
>> been looking for.
>> I have always used TortoiseSVN so it's not a matter of me using a different
>> client. I've searched through the configuration of my own svn server which
>> is hosted on a Gentoo box and can't seem to find anything regarding this
>> matter. I've had a chat with the people over at the subversion-mailinglist
>> and I've been told that it's not a feature which is built into subversion
>> per default. But as I can see it is possible - can anyone tell me how this
>> might be achieved?
> http:// supports this, svn:// does not. If you want this feature added
> to svn:// you need to ask on the subversion mailing list - maybe even
> submit a patch to do it :-)

I think it also works for svn:// in the 1.5 version.


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Received on 2008-06-04 10:50:14 CEST

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