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Re: AW: Subclipse speeds

From: Simon Whittaker <simon_at_swbh.net>
Date: 2005-06-03 20:35:14 CEST

Deadman, Hal wrote:

>Subversion is supposed to minimize network traffic but it assumes your
>working copy is local and the repository is remote. Accessing a
>repository over a VPN shouldn't be slow (aside from the initial checkout
>of a large file set). When I watch the SVN console in subclipse it seems
>that the subversion access is fairly quick and then it takes awhile for
>Subclipse to update icon overlays or whatever it does post commit. I run
>it in the background so it doesn't bother me much.
>Working on a local app server with Eclipse and 512MB though is a
>nightmare. I have 1 GB and could use some more.
Would it help if I upgraded the subversion server? it's only running on
a p2 300 with 64MB of RAM so this could help as well I suppose?

Received on Sat Jun 4 04:35:14 2005

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