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Possible incompatibility with subclipse

From: Gunter Königsmann <gunter_at_peterpall.de>
Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2011 19:13:30 +0200


On several computers [all running on Win XP/32 Bit] I found that
TSVNCache [always at the newest version] is constantly using a few
percent of CPU time and nearly all of the hard disk transfer rate it can
get making the system real slow.

It seems like all of these computers are running installations of
eclipse that use subclipse for version control while computers that use
the subversive plugin of eclipse instead seem to be unaffected.

My guess is that subclipse changes the data in the hidden .svn
directories in a way that makes TSVNCache go haywire. Did anybody else
encounter such a phenomenon?

Thanks a lot,

and kind regards,



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