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Re: FW: Multi-path updates

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2007-10-25 02:12:32 CEST

"Miller, Eric" <Eric.Miller@amd.com> writes:
> I posted this question/issue on users@ and got a little bit of info from
> Erik Huelsmann but wanted to see if I could get some more helpful
> comments.
> Basically I would like to be able to perform a partial tree update (svn
> up -N [dir/file set]) with the same efficiency as a completely recursive
> update. Currently, using a target list takes much longer (see below).
> I'm willing to implement my own update procedure but after digging
> through some docs I'm wary that I may be in over my head.
> So - anyone have any ideas or pointers? Has this been done already?
> Barring that, could I possibly call svn_ra_do_update with a custom
> reporter that only returned info for my file set? Am I going down the
> wrong path here?

The new --depth flag coming in 1.5 may address your particular use
case. However, what you're doing currently shouldn't take 32x time of
course. However, I'm not sure what the client is doing that causes
this. Is it needlessly re-opening the .svn/ metadata many times?
You'd have to debug into libsvn_wc to find out, I think.


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