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Dieter Maurer wrote:
> Florent Guillaume wrote at 2005-9-5 16:49 +0200:
>>>It is just that the CMF is unable to fix a year long bug
>>It's not "CMF"'s fault, it's only the responsibility of Windows developers
>>running CMF. I for one couldn't care less.
> That the CMF makes an hierarchical filesystem scan for
> each access to a filesystem directory view
> should be the responsibility of the Windows developers running CMF?
> There are no bugs: if you meat one, it proves that you
> use the wrong system...
>>> then each access to a "filesystem directory view" triggers
>>> a hierarchical file system scan.
>>> The result is a slowdown by several orders of magnitude.
>>I believe Tres has now fixed this.
> It was not yet fixed when I made an svn checkout of the CMF 1.5 branch
> about 2 weeks ago.
The patch I merged for the CMF 1.5.2 release (back in late July), did
not completely remove the 'os.pathwalk': it merely made the exclusion
of the .svn directory work cleanly. The better fix would be to use the
Win32 APIs for file monitoring; Mark Hammond volunteered to look into that.
Tres Seaver +1 202-558-7113 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Palladion Software "Excellence by Design" http://palladion.com
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