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Re: [TSVN] slow over net share

From: Erv Walter <erv_at_ewal.net>
Date: 2004-10-11 15:50:32 CEST

Uroš Gruber wrote:

>Ok I understand this. Is there any better sollution. What about mod_dav? Is
>there also such big overhead. Or maybe another idea. To make share on my
>workstation and then server mounts this in his webspace. Any other ideas or
>what scenario is prefered.
I have been on a few web development teams. In all of my past
experiences, each developer works locally on his or her own
workstation. The working copy is local, and they run the web server
software on their workstation as well, accessing the application via

Once a task is development complete, then they commit to source control
and possibly update a central/shared web server with the new code (in my
more recent experiences, this central server was automatically updated
by our automatic build server).

I don't know what web platform you are developing on, but I would look
at this approach for your group. Both IIS and Apache can be installed
on Windows 2000/Windows XP workstations for development use.


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