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Re: CodeWarrrior Compilation Extremely Slow

From: mavalos88 <mavalos88_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 27 Oct 2009 17:50:09 -0700 (PDT)

We are currently on a Windows XP environment. We have bit torrent on
most computers and AVG installed in a few others. We have tried
disabling the antivirus and there is no improvement in performance.
Code Warrior doesn't check any subdirectories during the build
process, it just focuses in the files it needs and it doesn't create
of source directories like you suggested.
If there is any more info you need let me know. We have tried a lot of
things but the only that work are to add everything to svn ignore list
or to export the working copy to a different local folder.
We just did the test of how much longer it takes to compile. An
exported or regular project takes 50 seconds vs 2 minutes with a
that is linked with SVN.

We have other people working with Eclipse and they haven't noticed any
slow down at all on compilations.

Thanks again for your help.

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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