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Re: Subclipse really, really slow and other initial observations

From: McClain Looney <m_at_loonsoft.com>
Date: 2004-08-04 03:47:50 CEST

On Aug 3, 2004, at 8:37 PM, Bill Wohler wrote:

> I have a project with about 700 files. If I run "svn stat" or even "svn
> info -R" it takes a few milliseconds. I just refreshed my project in
> Eclipse and it took nearly half an hour It looked like it was running
> "svn info" for every each file and then pausing for a second.

that's because it is. javahl doesn't have an equivalent for svn info
(it will in svn 1.1). same goes for the rest of the performance issues
you mention.

> Also, I was shocked to see my password in the clear when I did a ps.
> Can
> subclipse be coaxed not to pass the user and password on every command
> and use the subversion cache instead?

are you using javahl or cli? javahl doesn't display a password in the
clear to my knowledge, as it relies on the svn libs themselves to do
the heavy lifting. svn cli is much slower as well.

McClain Looney
Received on Wed Aug 4 11:47:50 2004

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