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RE: Eliminating the text-base penalty

From: Jon Watte <hplus_at_mindcontrol.org>
Date: 2002-09-29 18:38:04 CEST

> to implement. I still think an entries file would be worth
> keeping around for other potential optimizations though. But
> the notion of only storing the duplicate file when you do
> "svn edit" is a good one.

Thanks. I'm okay with a general "entries" file although that will
scale slightly worse. Ideally, there will be ONE "entries" file
for an entire hierarchy of checked-out folders, stored at the
root. Each directory could point at where it's check-out root
(or "entries" file) actually lives.

Note that I'm not advocating dropping the current mode of crawling
the entire repository to generate check-ins. I think both modes
need to be supported, to cater both to small and large projects.

> As for your comment about Moore's law, I agree in principle.
> But I don't think we should go out of our way to prove it :)

Fair enough. But if it saves time to take it on faith, then it's
often a low-risk assumption (again, with "linear growth" being the
keyword here).


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