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Re: Log message editor - took minutes to process keystroke

From: Stefan KŁng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 26 Jun 2008 18:35:09 +0200

Traill, Patrick wrote:
> Dear Maintainers,
> When entering a log message with the Commit or Edit Log Message dialogues,
> the dialogue has sometimes frozen.
> My impression is that this happens when the log message
> contains a lot of bug-tracker codes or make-up (stars and underscores).
> Such messages were no problem with Tortoise 1.4.*.
> I did not have time yesterday to experiment much with when it happens,
> and probably will not again till next Tuesday, 1 July.
> I have found nothing about this in the mailing list, issue tracker or Web.
> When one changes the log message,
> the dialog shows an hour-glass and the text-fields are blanked out.
> After waiting a few minutes the text is visible, correctly updated.
> For much of the time while the dialogue is frozen,
> a TortoiseProc process takes exactly 50% CPU (I think the system was dual-core).
> That suggested an algorithm which does not always scale well.

Thanks for the very detailed report which allowed me to reproduce the

Fixed in r13355 and backported to 1.5.x in 13356.


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Received on 2008-06-26 20:14:00 CEST

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