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Re: Progress-meter and download-speed when updating.

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_red-bean.com>
Date: Tue, 03 Jun 2008 21:15:08 -0400

"Christian Rasmussen" <chr.aaroe_at_gmail.com> writes:
> Yup, exactly the same TortoiseSVN version. Don't know about the server version
> which software or version is running. The repository where I noticed it was
> this: http://svn.astrumfutura.org/zfblog/ . I myself is just using a plain
> version of svn on my gentoo - the newest version available through portage.

In IRC just now, epg and I had this conversation:

   <kfogel> Huh. Anyone see that guy's post on users@ just now about
   how TortoiseSVN gave him a progress report ("file x of y") while

   <kfogel> Is that just a Tortoise improvement, or did we add some kind
   of server support for this at some point?

   <kfogel> Client could do it alone, of course, but it would be more
   efficient with server help.

   <kfogel> There's r29484...

   <epg> not for updates

   <epg> he says "update a repository", he means commit

   <epg> the neon commit progress report is better than the ra-svn one

   <epg> but only because it writes to a tmp file first and then sends
   that over; ra-svn is streamy, and therefore doesn't knwo the size of
   what it's sending

   <epg> i don't know how serf's progress reporting works; it didn't
   support it at all when i was testing gvn progress reporting

("gvn" is another subversion client, see http://code.google.com/p/gvn/)

This doesn't answer your question, but it clarifies it.


> On Wed, Jun 4, 2008 at 2:46 AM, Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_red-bean.com> wrote:
> "Christian Rasmussen" <chr.aaroe_at_gmail.com> writes:
> > For quite some time now I've been hosting a subversion server for my
> > friends who I study with for use with our projects. Everything has
> > worked like a charm but something I've always have been a bit annoyed
> > with was the fact that I wasn't able to view how far in the process I
> > was when updating my repository - e.g. file x of y.
> >
> > A little while ago I was updating another repository for some
> > source-forge project and was amazed that this information was suddenly
> > visible when I was updating.
> >
> > I've always been using TortoiseSVN and I'm hosting my svn on a Gentoo
> > box where I haven't been able to find anything in the config files
> > regarding this matter.
> >
> > So, how do I get this information to be shown when using my server?
> Were you using the same version of TortoiseSVN both times? And
> configured the same way?
> This can be implemented entirely on the client side (though if the
> server were to help, the whole thing could be done more efficiently,
> latency-wise). So it may have nothing to do with the repository.
> If we had exact URLs, an exact transcript, client version numbers, etc,
> that would help :-).
> Note: not sure if r29484 is relevant to this.
> -Karl

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