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Re: Subclipse really, really slow and other initial observations

From: McClain Looney <m_at_loonsoft.com>
Date: 2004-08-04 03:47:50 CEST

On Aug 3, 2004, at 8:37 PM, Bill Wohler wrote:

> I have a project with about 700 files. If I run "svn stat" or even "svn
> info -R" it takes a few milliseconds. I just refreshed my project in
> Eclipse and it took nearly half an hour It looked like it was running
> "svn info" for every each file and then pausing for a second.
>

that's because it is. javahl doesn't have an equivalent for svn info
(it will in svn 1.1). same goes for the rest of the performance issues
you mention.

> Also, I was shocked to see my password in the clear when I did a ps.
> Can
> subclipse be coaxed not to pass the user and password on every command
> and use the subversion cache instead?
>

are you using javahl or cli? javahl doesn't display a password in the
clear to my knowledge, as it relies on the svn libs themselves to do
the heavy lifting. svn cli is much slower as well.

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McClain Looney
m@loonsoft.com
Received on Wed Aug 4 11:47:50 2004

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