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Re: Feature (re-) request: progress

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 14 Aug 2008 19:13:19 +0200

Greywolf wrote:
> In one of the betas of tsvn that I ran a while ago, there was a
> progress meter or something which showed which file was in the midst
> of being retrieved, and how far it had come.

That has been in TSVN since 1.4.x.

> What's the chances of this actually making it in on a permanent basis?
> I find it nice to know what's going on rather than just wondering, "damn,
> is this hung?"

It depends on the protocol you use. Progress info is only available for
http/https (versions 1.4.x) and svn/svn+ssh (1.5.x). No progress info is
available for file:/// access.

Also, the svn/svn+ssh access does not show file-progress, it only shows
traffic speed (e.g., 33kBytes/s) and the amount of data transferred in


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