Oops, what I said is wrong. When locking is enabled in tkcvs, a "cvs log" command is executed in addition to the cvs -n -q status -l, to find out who has locks on the files. It's doing more work, so it takes longer. I suppose a large remote directory could have a noticeable slowdown.
Re: question about cvs locking - tkcvs does no additional processing if cvscfg(cvslock) is true; all it does is enable a button. So I'd have to ask if something at the CVS server is causing slowness. -dr
when i set the
set cvscfg(cvslock) true
the tkcvs browse work very slowly when i select one directory to browse ,WHY ?
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