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Re: [Subclipse-dev] Help needed - Subclipse performance problem

From: Brock Janiczak <brockj_at_tpg.com.au>
Date: 2006-02-26 02:55:15 CET

Mark Phippard wrote:
> Suppose I am not storing my .class files in a bin folder. When I take
> this option, what stops Subversion from adding the .class files? If we
> just let Subversion do a recursive add then it is going to process the
> files according to its own rules. It will know nothing about derived
> files or the Eclipse ignore list.
Good question. Because of the way we do project imports the project
folder is always going to be managed, so you can't use the add to
version control operation on it and recursively add everything. This
would only be a problem if people don't have their output folder as one
of the project root folders (by default it is hidden in the package
explorer as well). It would be possible to use the resource visitor to
look for derived resources and not recursively add their parents. If
you go down this path it is always going to be far slower than the SVN
command line client as you have to execute an add for each file instead
of one for each directory.

I don't really want to make the call as to which solution is better. I
will leave that up to you :)

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Received on Sun Feb 26 02:57:41 2006

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