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Re: svn_client_upgrade and speed

From: Listman <listman_at_burble.net>
Date: Sat, 12 Sep 2009 08:30:14 +0200

On Sep 12, 2009, at 3:18 AM- Sep 12, 2009, Greg Stein wrote:

> As stsp notes, this is an artifact of continuing to use multiple
> sqlite databases. Shoot ... we still haven't integrated the multiple
> property files into the databases. That represents a *TON* more I/O
> then our target implementation.
> Yes, you reported it a while back, and we were just as aware of it
> at that time as now. This is a fuckton of work. If you want it
> sooner than we are going, then jump in and help. I think you're
> underestimating the work here, and the amount that has and is being
> done. Speaking for myself, your comment makes my work feel
> unappreciated.
Everyone here appreciates the work you're doing, thats a given. The
issue is that we're trying to plan life/work/dinner etc and the 1.7
schedule is just getting pushed out on a never-ending basis.

We talked about this in February of this year.


In this discussion we'd asked the dev-team to get some performance
improvements into 1.6 rather than pushing them out to 1.7. You told us
to wait until 1.7 and life will be peachy

and then you said this:


and now todays discussion..

Is the 1.7 release going to be even worse than the nightmare that was

My prediction from February '09 holds, if we get a *useable* 1.7
release by February 2010 I'll be (pleasantly) surprised

Again, I'm not trying to beat anyone up here, this is an open source
project and we appreciate the work. But we're all big boys/girls here
and if you make *very* strong statements as you did back in Feb and
then bail someone is going to mention it.

Received on 2009-09-12 08:30:45 CEST

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