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[Subclipse-dev] Re: AW: enhancement to show history of genealogy in sublicpse

From: Thomas Hofer <th_at_monochrom.at>
Date: Wed, 02 Apr 2008 21:23:03 +0200

Stefan Fuhrmann wrote:

> On Tuesday 01 April 2008 23:23, Thomas Hofer wrote:
>> There are programs that draw nice graphs, but all I tried were far too
>> slow. They analyze all revisions of the whole repository (at least
>> TortoiseSVN does that). We have over 100000 revisions in our repository
>> and Tortoise needs 20 minutes to draw one graph. So it is completely
>> useless for us.
> There is good news: TSVN 1.5 comes with full log caching and
> the new revision graph implementation works on top of that.
> Once all data has been is cached, KDE.org (750000 revisions)
> is processed in about 3 seconds.

Interesting. Now I ask myself whether we did the wrong optimization, i.e.
trying so hard to fetch only revisions that belong to a certain project in
order to keep the cache small. I thought it was necessary for really big
repositories; but if you can rip through 750000 revisions in 3 seconds,
then maybe I should rethink our strategy. (Well, if I had any more budget
to do this...)

Thomas Hofer

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