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Re: Extremely slow synchronization time

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-09-26 19:19:29 CEST

Marc Sherman <msherman@projectile.ca> wrote on 09/26/2005 01:10:35 PM:

> Mark Phippard wrote:
> >
> > It is definitely a lot slower than those other operations, unless I
> > suppose the update was bringing down a lot of new files. Try running
> > svn status -u -v command from a similar location in your project
> > and see how it compares. We could never run any faster than that
> > since we have to do it, plus some extra stuff.
> We've noticed some behaviour that may be a bug in subclipse here: We
> have a large tree called temp below the root of our project directory.
> It contains build output, among other things. The root/temp dir is
> marked in the svn:ignore list for the root directory, so it's not
> checked in to svn. However, synch seems to scan every file in that
> tree, regardless.

If you think there is a problem you should probably start a new thread.
Hopefully, Martin will see it as this is his area. From my time working
on that bit of code, I thought it was all based on running svn st -u and
what it returned.


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