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RE: performance enhancement by working copy svn server

From: Harvey, Edward <Edward.Harvey_at_patni.com>
Date: Sat, 17 May 2008 16:10:53 -0400

> > I think the general consensus is that the default svn behavior will
> > not change; 'svn edit' will be an optional mode of working,
> for those
> > who want or need the speed tradeoff.
> I figured that from later postings in the thread, but it's
> good to see it spelled out clear.

Correct, the default behavior will not change - 'svn edit' remains optional.

However, the WC backend is likely to change. Consolidating all the .svn subdirs into a single file, or into a single dir.

For me in particular, this will be very welcome. I have a badly-behaved tool (from Cadence) and this is its behavior:
        The Cadence tool assumes it owns a whole directory that you're working on.
        It goes in, modifies all the stuff it cares to modify...
        It finds the ".svn" directory, deletes it, and creates a ".svn" file containing only a Space char.
        And then I'm unhappy.

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