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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.
[snip]

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

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

Stefan

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

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