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Re: [Subclipse-users] Subclipse performance during synchronize

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-09-18 15:37:38 CEST

"Read, Matt" <Matt.Read@catlin.com> wrote on 09/18/2006 09:33:35 AM:

> Hi, I'm using Eclipse 3.2, Subversion 1.4.0 and Subsclipse 1.03. I have
> checked-out a fairly large project from our local subversion server and
> looking at an anomally with performance of the "Syncronize with
repository" operation.
> When I run this from Package Explorer view in the Java perspective it
> > 15 mins to complete and the progress bar reports each individual file
> my workspace being compared.
> When I run this from the Navigator view in the Resource perspective it
> about 30 seconds and the progress bar simply reports "Refreshing
resource data".
> Why is there a difference and is the a bug or a feature? If the latter
> can anyone point me at the justification?

There are a lot of performance improvements in the Subclipse 1.1.x
releases. See:


I do not have any explanation as to why the Synch option would work
differently from the two views. If your workspace is out of date with the
filesystem, there is something on the Synch process that seems to trigger
Eclipse to refresh it, which is what those messages are. Maybe it only
happens from the Package Explorer for some reason. Might explain why not
everyone sees it.

Anyway, the 1.1.x releases have a lot of improvements and there are still
more coming in the next release.


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