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[TSVN] Subversion Status very slow when using "Last Commit Times"

From: Norbert Unterberg <nepo_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2005-01-31 22:59:48 CET

Getting the recursive folder status is very slow on my machine, no
matter if I use the new external cache or not. When using the new
external cache engine, it takes ages until the status is correct, but
the exporer is not frozen in this time.

I think there is a problem with the "Set file date to last commmit
time". When enabling this option and then do a fresh checkout,
subversion does a fulltext file compare between the files and their
text-base *on all files*. When you delete the files locally and restore
them with an update, subversion no longer reads the file contents.

Since this also happens when using "svn st" on the command line, I
assume this is also a subversion problem. I will report post this on the
subversion dev-list. However, I just wonder how the command line client
knows about the TSVN setting? The "use-commit-times" option is not set
in my subversion config file.


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Received on Mon Jan 31 23:00:58 2005

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