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Re: faster client pre-1.0: decrease number of files&folders in .svn

From: <crap_at_lclark.net>
Date: 2003-02-05 18:45:19 CET

Solo,
What gives you the right to start asking people to change their priorities
and work plans based on your wants? I am just a lurker, but I have been
watching this list and using a SVN repository for about 6 months.

It seems that all your messages follow the same basic thread: I want something
(i.e move some issues to post-1.0, make the client 10X faster in the next
milestone, etc). I have never seen you post a patch. I *have* seen you
send non-useful comments like: "At this rate, we will have 1.0 in Infinity".
 

So I have a request for you:
If you want something changed, write a patch. (Make sure to read this first:
http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn/trunk/HACKING). Otherwise, please leave
these developers to their work.

Thanks.
Landon

solo turn wrote:
> can we make a new pre-1.0 issue for speeding up the client?
>
> contents:
> goal is to reduce the number of files and directories held in .svn,
> cause this does currently not scale and is unusable for checkouts to
> network drives.
>
> especially:
> - put prop-base, props, wcprops into entries file
> -3 files per managed file
> -3 folders per managed folder
> - put dir-wcprops in entries file
> -1 file per managed folder
> - put auth in ~/.subversion
> -1 folder per managed folder
> -2 files per managed folder
> - put empty-file, Readme
> in temporary location or root
> -2 files per managed folder
> - put format in entries file or root or temporary
> location
> -1 file per managed folder
> - eliminat "text-base" folder and store the
> contents directly in .svn
> -1 folder per managed folder
>
> this means in total:
> -5 folders per managed folder
> -5 files per managed folder
> -3 files per manged file
>
> root is the most top folder, where a .svn folder exists.
>
>
>
>
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