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Re: [TSVN] Issues using TSVN on Solaris/samba drives

From: Sven Brueggemann <SBrueggemann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2005-08-13 14:30:18 CEST

Gavin Kingsley wrote:

> 2m15s Windows CLI -> local HDD
> 3m09s Windows TSVN -> local HDD
> 3m45s Windows CLI -> samba disc
> 5m19s Windows TSVN -> samba disc

> Here are my timings for http checkout of a project with 1313 files:

I don't think, TSVN has a problem here. This looks like a normal
GUI overhead.

[TSVN marks unchanged files on Solaris Samba disc changed]

>> Re (2): Does TMerge show any differences? Do the file sizes of the file
>> and it's prestine copy in .svn/text-base differ?
> Yes the file size is different: the text base is 616 bytes while the
> working copy is 661 bytes. This is because the text base contains "$Id$"
> while the working copy has "$Id: makeDist 542 2005-08-09 03:11:29Z
> gkingsle
> $". But svn diff and TMerge correctly show no differences. Other files
> with similar differences between the working copy and .svn/text-base are
> correctly shown as clean by TSVN.

I never used keywords so I'm not sure whether there are any known
problems with this feature. Can others please comment on that?

Kind regards


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