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

From: Eric Gillespie <epg_at_pretzelnet.org>
Date: Tue, 03 Jun 2008 18:38:22 -0700

"Christian Rasmussen" <chr.aaroe_at_gmail.com> writes:

> Ok, so what I get from that is that it's not a direct in feature in a clean
> svn installation but something which can be achieved with neon?

svn:// is streamy, but for http:// svn must first write what it's
about to PUT to a local file. Having to write it out first is a
bit of a shame (especially for large commits), but it means svn
(ra-neon) knows the size in advance, to it turns out that the
progress reporting is slightly better. The DAVish network layer(s)
still loses in an overall comparison.

> And to comment on epg who said I meant that the information was visible when
> committing, I must emphasize that I really did mean to update. I just tried
> it out on the repository I wrote earlier and it really is when updating.

Hm, are you sure? I don't see how it can say "file x of y" then.
Are you sure that's what you're seeing?

> What I'm really curious about is how to achieve this with my server, because
> this could really be quite informative at times and I can't seem to find
> anything with google - not that I expect a guide, but just to know if I'm
> correct with me understanding that it's by this neon-thingy?

Are you using svn:// or http:// ?

Eric Gillespie <*> epg_at_pretzelnet.org
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