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Re: [TSVN] Re: Commit dialog taking ages to populate

From: Stefan Küng <stefan.kueng_at_wagner-group.ch>
Date: 2004-09-10 10:52:51 CEST

Simon Large wrote:

> Is that a recognised issue with subversion?

Search their mailing list, and I think there's even an issue filed for this.

> Does that mean that if you do a "touch *.c" or similar you will cripple the
> performance?


> Sounds like the fix in SVN is trivial - if you have to compare a file
> byte-by-byte and they turn out to be the same, just change the timestamp on
> the pristine copy to match the user copy, so that the slowness does not
> re-occur.

Not so much. If it were that trivial, the Subversion team would have
done this a long time ago.
There was a discussion to do that with every 'svn st', but 'svn st' does
_not_ lock the working copy during operation, but adjusting the
timestamps would need such a lock.

> In fact if that is the case, it would be possible to write a utility to
> recurse through the .svn folders and do just that. But it should really be
> fixed in SVN - users aren't supposed to touch (excuse the pun) the .svn
> content.

Yes, exactly.


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