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Re: [Subclipse-users] Bug report: Small commits take very long on large projects

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-11-20 13:40:59 CET

On Nov 20, 2007 4:53 AM, Jacob, Thomas <t.jacob@sinnerschrader.de> wrote:
> Hello dear bug report user group,
> I am experiencing a strong performance issue when using the stable release 1.2.4 of Subclipse, together with Eclipse 3.2.2 (M20070212-1330) (bug the Problem may be with any release of Eclipse.
> Committing a few items takes many seconds, sometimes about half a minute, while committing the same amount of changes with Tortoise or the command line client of svn takes much, much less time.
> I am using the synchronize view with compressed folders, and I am committing using the right-click context menu.
> The project is rather big, and the problem does not show up on smaller projects, so I expect that there is a resync or something like that causing the wait time.
> Together with the "concurrent commit problem", which I will report in the next mail, this makes Subclipse somehow unusable. I am spending half an hour a day waiting for the SVN commits.
> Thank you for any help or fixing of this problem.

Turn off the preference "Show Out of Date Folders". This is off by
default in the next release. When this preference is on, the
Synchronize view is refreshed after a commit is performed.

Mark Phippard
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Received on Tue Nov 20 13:41:16 2007

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