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[Subclipse-users] Re: users Digest 2 Feb 2006 22:00:50 -0000 Issue 397

From: Bart van Kuik <b.van.kuik_at_sron.nl>
Date: 2006-02-07 11:19:52 CET

>> When committing a file, sometimes Subclipse progress stays at 98% for
>> ten to twenty seconds. This can happen with just one line of change in
>> one file.
> I would suggest trying a similar commit using the command line client and
> compare the total times. They should be within a few seconds of each
> other. Ignore the progress % shown in Subclipse.

For the same file, the command line takes something like 1.5 seconds.
Using Subclipse, it takes about 20 seconds.

Note that this is using JavaSVN, not JavaHL. I tried the latter option,
but I'm running Debian linux and the ggtools packages have a JavaHL
that's too old.

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