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RE: Re: Remote text status

From: <webpost_at_tigris.org>
Date: Sat, 25 Apr 2009 05:06:50 -0700 (PDT)

> On Fri, Apr 24, 2009 at 15:04, <webpost_at_tigris.org> wrote:
> > Hi everybody,
> >
> > I would like to know if there is a way to configure TortoiseSVN to automatically show the files that have been changed (and comitted) since the last time i updated the file. There is not even an icon for this.
> >
> > I worked with some SVN and CVS clients in linux that had this feature (and I miss it), just pressing F5 they tell you which files are out of date. No need to check for modifications.
> >
> > Any hidden or clear configuration way to do it?
> "Automatic" checking requires regular polling of the server and
> comparing against your WCs, which can be very detrimental to
> performance.
> Is keeping the Check for Modifications window open and clicking "Check
> Repository" every so often really that bad?
> Or maybe you could install CommitMonitor to alert you when commits
> happen on specified URLs.

Well, it's not so bad really, but the Check for Modifications window only checks one folder (recursively).

We work over several folders with quite a lot of files, so if i check for modifications on the root folder of the repository (keeping open the CM window as you proposed) this will check everything and the performance is slow.

It wouldn't have to poll the server regularly, just ask the server when you enter a folder under SVN or whenever you press F5 (for example, no need to be definitely this key, just related to "update" in windows).

This feature could also be configurable, i mean, if you want it you mark a check box in Tortoise settings, if not, don't use it.

Thanks you all for your answers


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Received on 2009-04-25 14:17:21 CEST

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