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Re: Hang on Windows XP SP3 -- a better fix!

From: wbaron <Wolfgang_Baron_at_gmx.de>
Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2008 22:52:47 -0700 (PDT)

Hi,

On Aug 12, 8:36 pm, "David Fairey" <dfai..._at_frontier.co.uk> wrote:
> > David Fairey wrote:
> >> In most cases our workaround is to switch the Icon Overlay from
> >> "Default" to "Shell", terminating the TSVNCache will bring it back again

Hey, thanks! That helped me with the problem I posted in another
thread (TortoiseSVN does not handle RunAs). When I set the caching to
"Shell" for all but my primary Windows user acconts, I can have
explorer instances or other file system browsing applications running
without any CPU impact. That really helps a lot!

> > Not sure how I could fix this without making some major changes to the
> > cache though...
>
> It's quite problem within our environment that I'm keen to try and help fix.

Well, the downside of the "Shell" caching is, as you pointed out, that
the changed state does not propagate to parent directories, which is a
major setback. I second David Fairey's request for this to be fixed. I
don't have a retail version of Visual Studio, but if there is anything
I can help using the express version, I would also be volunteering to
help (though I am not a .NET expert). Maybe you just have to append
the user id to the name of the pipe?

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Received on 2008-08-13 07:58:35 CEST

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