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Re: request for backporting to 1.1.x

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2004-09-06 21:31:41 CEST

Greg Hudson wrote:

> But the translation code path is affected by r10788 whether or not the
> initialization function is called. It's just affected in different
> ways.

Ah, ok. I understand.

> Perhaps you don't understand; if we backport r10788 and don't call
> svn_utf_initialize() in the command-line client, it looks like we would
> experience significant performance degradation *relative to current 1.1
> levels*.

Ok. But the performance degradation of 1.1 to 1.0 is significant too. At
least on windows. And that should be fixed before 1.1 is released. At
least for TortoiseSVN which does an 'svn st' all the time when showing a
working copy in the explorer, this is a really serious issue! And not
just that: a commit of a lot of files now takes about ten times longer -
not the actual commit where the filedeltas are sent, but the time from
starting the commit until the filedeltas are sent. And during that time
the CPU is used 100% by the Subversion process.


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