On 10.10.2009 19:51, Dadeo wrote:
> Thanks Stefan, you have been very helpful. It is reassuring to know
> that the problem is not anything we have done in the restructuring.
> I will contact Google regarding our merging problems as you suggested.
> Regarding the speed issue:
> We always update before merging. So that is not the problem.
>> When merging, it is recommended that you do all merges always from the
>> root of your working copy, not just from a subfolder or even a single
>> file. While the latter is possible and works fine, it will make
>> subsequent merges slower.
> To make sure I undestand you correctly. You are saying that I always
> should select the root in my WC when merging. Then I select the
> revisions that apply only to the branch and folder I wish to merge. Is
> that what you mean?
> If so, then why do merges from our apps folders only take a few
> seconds while merges from our /skin folder take 20 minutes?
Sorry, it's not really that you should always merge from the root of the
wc. The point is that you should always merge from the same folder of
your wc - and that's usually the wc root.
If however you always merge from your /skin folder, then you should keep
doing that. The mergeinfo properties are set according to the folder
you're merging from, so if you always do it from the same folder, those
properties help speed up the merging a lot. However if you merge from
many different folders, those properties can't help you a lot to speed
up the process - they still help, but the merging has to ask the
repository for every folder that hasn't the full mergeinfo properties.
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Received on 2009-10-10 20:19:39 CEST