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[Subclipse-users] Cancel problems with multiple projects

From: Andrea Aime <a.aime_at_satanet.it>
Date: 2006-02-15 10:07:15 CET

I'm working with a rich client that is composed of quite a lot of
plugins. To perform an update from svn, I choose all of the plugins
and then invoke team/update.
Two problems:
- it's quite a bit slower than the command line version (so much that
   I usually perform svn update on the command line then ask Eclipse
   to refresh every plugins). I suppose that's because subclipse connects
   to the repository once per plugin, whilst on the command line I can
   run a single "svn update" on the directory that contains all of the
- it's impossibile to cancel the update once launched. Apparently each
   single project update gets to run, connect to the repository, and it's then
   cancelled. Since the svn repository is on the other side of the globe (I'm
   in Italy, the repository is somewhere in Canada), this takes a whole lot
   of time.

Any workarounds?
I'm running Eclipse 3.1.1, subclipse 0.9.105, Windows 2000, and have subversion
1.2.3 installed. Apparently subclipse is using the javaHL interface.

Best regards
Andrea Aime

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