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Re: [Subclipse-users] slowness on large directories

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-05-04 17:20:12 CEST

"Stolowitz, Marc # Pittsburgh" <marc.stolowitz@ndchealth.com> wrote on
05/03/2006 04:49:27 PM:

> I am running eclipse 3.1.2 with the latest subversion pluggin. I have a

> directory that?s pretty big that I checked out with eclipse. Its now a
> project on eclipse. Whenever I make any changes to an item in the
> and save that item I end up with a long lag time. Is there anything I
> do about this?

I do not have any specific ideas why this would take this long. The save
of the resource in the editor will trigger us to refresh the status of
that item. Perhaps it takes a long time because of the number of files.

Approximately how many files are in the directory? The size of the files
should not matter, but the number could. If the amount of time is due to
how long it takes svn status to run, there will not be anything we can do
to improve it. However, the next Subversion release, 1.4, includes a
number of optimizations in this area and will likely speed it up somewhat.


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