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From Johan Corveleyn <>
Subject Fwd: V3 shelves slower than expected
Date Tue, 14 May 2019 08:53:42 GMT

FYI: on the tortoisesvn users mailinglist some people reported
slowness of "shelves V3", compared to V1 and V2.

I thought this might be interesting to users@s.a.o in general, because
I'm guessing this problem is not specific to TortoiseSVN. I haven't
tried to reproduce it on the commandline myself, so my guess could be

See below.


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From: <>
Date: Mon, May 13, 2019 at 4:50 PM
Subject: Re: V3 shelves slower than expected
To: TortoiseSVN <>

On Wednesday, 8 May 2019 14:18:06 UTC+2, Tluigi003  wrote:
> I'm aware it's an experimental function, that's the reason I'm reporting this!
> Comparing to V1 and V2, V3 is slow on big projects.
> In my use case I've cloned an entire web project, including back, front, SQL scripts...
etc. However, as a front developer I only edit front files, furthermore sometimes I have just
edited a few items.
> The process of shelving will take some (from 2 to 5?) minutes until completion. It's
not a big deal, but I'm just curious about the reason behind the change from V2 to V3
> Regards.

I can confirm this behavior. Shelving some tiny files with 1.12 showed
a dialog where it slowly transferred ~50MB before it completed,
whereas with 1.10 it was basically instant. This makes the whole
shelving feature rather unpleasant to use.

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