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Re: svn cleanup questions

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-05-31 02:20:07 CEST

On May 30, 2005, at 5:39 PM, Jeff Webb wrote:
>
> 1. what is the svn cleanup doing? just processing local working
> folder files to clean locks?

It walks over the entire working copy. It enters each directory and
checks for a lock. If present, it then checks for a journal -- one
left behind by an interrupted working-copy process. If there's a
journal present, the commands are executed. Then the journal and
lockfile are removed.

> 2. is there a verbose option for svn cleanup?

No.

> even if the process is slow it would be nice to see what it was
> processing. any chance this will be addressed in the future?

I don't think anyone's asked for this before. You could start by
proposing such a feature to the dev@ list. Just how slow is 'svn
cleanup' on your tree? You said it has several thousand files, but
that's not what matters. What matters is how many subdirectories it
contains.

In any case, 'svn cleanup' should be a very rare thing. It only
needs to be run when you interrupt svn commands. Do you find
yourself interrupting svn commands often?

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