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Re: Decoration Calculation

From: Geoff Howard <geoff_at_leverageweb.com>
Date: 2004-02-29 19:48:41 CET

n57kl8s02@sneakemail.com wrote:

>I've the same project (2000 files) in both cvs and svn. The decorations in
>cvs are calculated very fast. In svn it takes several *minutes* (using a svn
>server over dav in the same machine).

I have similar results, though I don't have the same project in two
repositories. I have a smallish project in svn, decoration takes a long
time. I have a big project in cvs (a big apache project) and it seems
faster - same client, same eclipse (M7). I know that's not very useful
without empirical data, but thought I'd add in.

>Anyway, why is it necessary to talk with the svn server to find out
>versions, commiters and dates for a given file? Is there a way to disable
>the communication with the server and only use the local svn data?

I'd assumed this is the way it works already!


>As a side note, it would be very nice to have icon decorations as in cvs.
>-----Original Message-----
>From: McClain Looney m-at-loonsoft.com |subeclipse|
>Sent: Sunday, February 29, 2004 8:18 PM
>Subject: Re: Decoration Calculation
>speed of decoration is dependent on your link to the svn server, the
>number of files you are trying to decorate, and the speed of your cpu.
>even cvs decorations take a long time with a lot of files. decorating
>the entire subclipse project only takes around 5s or so for me
>(granted, subclipse isn't big).
>in any event, decoration happens in a service thread, and i believe
>team decorations can be turned off entirely to boot.
>On Feb 29, 2004, at 11:36 AM, n57kl8s02@sneakemail.com wrote:
>>I've installed subclipse-M7-all-r473-svn1.0.zip and it seems to be
>>working fine with Subversion 1.0. However, whenever eclipse starts up,
>>or an update happens, the "decoration calculation" (adding the label
>>decorations to the files) takes a very long time to happen. Is this
>>issue known?
Received on Mon Mar 1 05:48:41 2004

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