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Re: Profiling User Actions

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 16 Aug 2010 19:58:31 +0200

On 16.08.2010 15:23, Leonel wrote:
> Hi,
> We have a few very large SVN repositories and I would like to keep
> track of how much time my team spends on SVN actions day to day in
> order adjust our process or take other actions.
> I came up with a few client side hooks that log commit and update
> times.
> I'd like to have access to more actions (merge and switch are the
> most important ones. revert is a bit further down in the list). I
> also wanted to get notified when update/commit failed or was
> canceled.
> Finally, having some kind of smarter logging would be ideal (how much
> time did it take to generate the list of files to commit, what
> percentage of the update was bandwidth constrained vs disk speed
> constrained).
> Are there ways to get the information I want? Any other alternative
> suggestions?

Settings dialog->saved data->Action log
there you can see the detailed log of the last few actions.

Maybe that helps.


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