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Re: TSVN bug: Repo browser cycles through all repos when closing

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 20 Mar 2016 20:49:15 +0100

On 18.03.2016 12:26, Tobias Knauss wrote:
> Please delete the previous report (html formatted), sorry for the inconvenience.
> I am using
> TortoiseSVN 1.9.3, Build 27038 - 64 Bit , 2015/12/13 11:53:16
> Also tested with latest stable RC 27240
> My SVN server is
> Collab.Net Subversion Edge 5.1.1 (the latest version by now).
> When I open the TSVN repo browser inside a certain project, then move to the server's repo base path http://svn-server-name/svn/
> and select a repo folder again and then close the repo browser (no matter whether on checkout or without any special operation), it slowly cycles through all repositories (1 per sec), showing their path in the address list on the top, before it closes. Depending on the number of repos, it might take some time.
> I expect it to close immediately.

I tried now for three hours, but I can not reproduce this.
Looking through the code, I also can't see there why something like this
could happen. The only way closing the repo-browser could be slowed down
is if the repository access is very slow: before closing down, all
fetch-threads are stopped - which usually is fast, but can take a while
if the connection to the repository is very slow.

Try disabling the pre-fetching in the settings:
settings dialog->General->Dialogs 3
uncheck at least the "Pre-fetch folders for faster browsing" option, but
unchecking the others might help too.


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