On 04.12.2009 00:38, Bernhard Merkle wrote:
> On Dec 3, 6:35 pm, Stefan Küng<tortoise..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>> Does TSVNCache.exe save the results it found (during craweling?)
>>>> What do you think?
>>> I do not know this because i have not implemented TSVNCache and there
>>> is no information in the manual if the results are transient or
>>> persistent (according to the text I assume transient).
>>> My question is if the results are saved persistently, and also where ?
>>> Do after a restart of TSVNCache.exe it will reuse the information.
>>> Also if I modify exclude/include, does that apply immediately ?
>> There are hundreds of mailing list posts about the cache. Just do a
>> quick search and you will have your answer.
> sorry but I searched google groups also before i asked here with terms
> as TSVNCache and as other search terms "persistent" | "transient" |
> "data" | "storage" etc... and got NO result.
> There are plenty of posts about _performance_ of TSVNCache but not
> about data storage and my simple question was whether TSVNCache saves
> the results (which would make sense IMO) or not.
> Can look up this in the sources but though it should be very easy for
> you to say to me "persistent" or "transient".
> I really like TSVN and reported some bugs and features in the past (so
> I think there are also positive contributions from me, not only
> nagging questions ;-)
The cache saves its data to disk when it is closed. That usually happens
when you log off or shut down your computer. On the next start, it reads
that data back from disk and removes the saved data from the disk
afterwards. So you won't see that saved data file since the cache is
started by explorer, i.e. as soon as the desktop is visible.
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Received on 2009-12-04 18:49:26 CET