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Re: CodeWarrrior Compilation Extremely Slow

From: Jean-Marc van Leerdam <j.m.van.leerdam_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 28 Oct 2009 22:01:46 +0100


2009/10/28 mavalos88 <mavalos88_at_gmail.com>:
> Hello Jean-Marc,
> we just tried what you suggested and had no luck. We also tried
> locking the working copy and had no results.
> We decided to try a different svn client and had the same slow down at
> compilation. So this makes me believe that there is something CW
> doesn't like about versioned files. I don't know if svn marks them in
> a certain way.
> Any other suggestions?

Try compiling with sufficient logging enabled to see where the time is
spent (and compare the results with the same build on a non-versioned
source tree. That could give some indication of possible causes.

But if the TSVN cache is really disaled, there's nothing 'active'
anymore WRT TSVN and Subversion and any slowdown is most likely caused
by either CW or other applications like Antivirus software
(scanning/parsing .svn folders for example).

Subversion does not mark the actual files in any special way; all
administration is concentrated in the .svn sub-folders. A file under
version control is just another file on the filesystem to any

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