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Re: CodeWarrrior Compilation Extremely Slow

From: mavalos88 <mavalos88_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 27 Oct 2009 17:20:32 -0700 (PDT)

On Oct 27, 1:55 pm, Andy Levy <andy.l..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Oct 27, 2009 at 15:41, mavalos88 <mavalo..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hey guys,
> > We just started using TortoiseSVN with CodeWarrior.
> > Since we've done this, compilation time has tripled. It's become
> > really tedious to compile.
> > We know this happens when the proyect is linked to SVN because when we
> > export the repo to another local folder, compilation is fast again.
> > If we add all the files to the ignore list, and compile, this speeds
> > up compilation also.
> > Obviously none of this solutions are good and make the point of using
> > SVN kinda useless since we can't be in sync with the server.
> > I have no idea if Tortoise is constantly checking with SVN for changes
> > or is doing something with SVN that is slowing us down.
> > Can anyone think of a viable solution to this problem? Or has anyone
> > solved this issue?
> You haven't given details about how your build process works, nor what
> your environment is (OS, any antivirus running, etc.).
> Is your build process copying source directories from one place to
> another? If so, you're copying double the data when you're using a
> working copy vs. an export. That'll also trigger most AV products'
> "scan on access" feature which is notorious for killing performance.
> Is your build process scanning all subdirectories? If so, tell it to
> ignore the .svn directories.
> TortoiseSVN does not poll the server automatically, so it's most like
> something related to disk I/O.
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I am using CW for Microcontrollers 6.2, I am running Windows XP and
the AV is bitdefender. I will try and disable the AV. However, CW
doesn't look anywhere but the project files. The CW project
encompasses all the files to be built.


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Received on 2009-10-28 07:26:35 CET

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