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Re: tortoiseproc cleanup scans ignored sub-directories

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 12 Jun 2010 15:58:08 +0200

On 12.06.2010 05:43, Xie Jilei wrote:
> But if the cache is in integrated state, it does not need to refresh the
> internal ignored subdirectories, isn't it?
> Because some of the ignored subdirectories are really large and contains
> for example cross-filesystem links/junctions.
> If the cache is not always in integrated state, (that's what tsvn
> currently does), then I deem that's just ok to leave the ignored dirs as
> it is.
> Or, maybe tsvn can add some option to adjust the cache integrity level,
> for example,
> - high integrity level, will check everything everytime
> - normal integrity level, never check into the ignored dirs
> - low integrity level, just refresh the cache after commit/update
> actions, and the cache may be persisted on disk to run even more faster
> when system restart.
> Or at least, I wish there is some registry keys I can disable this feature.

As of r19688, TSVN doesn't recurse into unversioned folders anymore.


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