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[TSVN] REQUEST: speed issues

From: Florian Storck <storck_at_givemepower.de>
Date: 2004-12-13 14:40:49 CET


another thing I'm thinking about is the problem, that update/commit takes a
very long time if you have a lot of subdirectories etc. I think, TSVN simply
recurses into all and checks for changes with the .svn folders. I don't
know, if it's maybe a better solution to install hooks for filechanges as
provided by the Windows API. I'm not sure, but I think it is possible this
way to keep track of the files that really have changed (which are the
interesting ones at commit). That maybe could extremely speed up some
actions like commit. That would of course not affect the update speed.

      Florian Storck

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