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Re: Need fast ways to get Info once WC-NG is introduced

From: Stefan Kng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 03 Aug 2010 22:56:53 +0200

On 03.08.2010 00:31, Talden wrote:
>>> Did you try compiling Subversion with the SVN_WC__SINGLE_DB and SINGLE_DB
>>> defined in wc.h yet? (This enables the experimental single-db mode)
>>> It should give some impression on what you can expect with single-db. (I
>>> think the current status is about 40 testfailures (9 in the upgrade
>>> tests),
>>> but it almost reduces the testsuite time by 50% compared to multi-db)
>> I don't like to build the TSVN nightlies with such experimental features
>> yet. Once the features get into trunk without compile switches, I will of
>> course start using them. But as long as they're not activated, I think I'll
>> stay away from those. Not just because they might be too unstable, but
>> mostly because that means the APIs still change a lot and that's just too
>> much work for me to adjust TSVN every time. There's enough work to be done
>> in TSVN itself :)
>> Stefan
> That's a shame, those build of yours are handy - I've started some
> testing of 1.7 already using the nightly builds of
> svn/svnadmin/svnserve but I would love to test something closer to the
> end-game (particularly single db) even with known bugs. I can
> understand though why you're not building these combinations for TSVN
> yet.
> I'm not aware of anyone else doing nightly win32 Subversion binaries
> so yours have been most helpful.
> I'm using builds from here:
> http://nightlybuilds.tortoisesvn.net/latest/win32/full/

These are only built twice a week. If you want the builds that run every
day, use the ones here too:
Those are only missing the language packs.


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Received on 2010-08-03 22:57:34 CEST

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