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Re: svn diff very slow with 1.0 server and 1.1 client

From: C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-02-02 16:46:59 CET

Stelian Pop <stelian@popies.net> writes:

> > We need all the logs between the youngest of the three input revisions
> > and 1 so we can determine where the path existed in the other two
> > revisions. Just fetching the log for the youngest won't tell us
> > anything about the location of the path in the other two revisions.
> But how does a 1.0 client resolv the situation then ? Because a
> svn diff using a 1.0 client gets the diff in 5 seconds (compared to
> the 10 minutes for the 1.1 client)...

The 1.0 client never did this "try to find where the path was in the
various revisions" thing. We considered that a bug, and fixed it in
1.1. If you see references to "diff follows renames" in CHANGES or
elsewhere, this is what is being talked about.

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