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Re: Apple's XCode released with Subversion support

From: Kevin Ballard <kevin_at_sb.org>
Date: 2004-08-07 18:09:09 CEST

I'd just like to say that I think Xcode's SCM support is terrible in
the first place, so I don't know why so many people are so happy that
Xcode now supports SVN. Every time I've tried to use Xcode's SCM it's
been slow and obtuse and had bugs like missing files that actually were
modified, etc.

For example, I tried updating a project with Xcode's SCM. It took like
5 seconds per file (when it usually takes .5-1.5 seconds per file from
the CLI) and when it update the .xcode bundle itself Xcode threw a fit,
asked about reverting to the file on disk, and got in a state where it
would try to save out the old .xcode bundle when I closed it. After
that I disabled SCM again and I'm a happy user of the svn command-line

On Aug 6, 2004, at 2:34 PM, Travis P wrote:

> FYI. I saw this announcement today, I've no affiliation with Apple
> beyond being a happy customer.
> _________
> XCode 1.5 is now available for download from Apple Developer
> Connection ( http://developer.apple.com/ ), both to free and paid
> members.
> Improvements in this version include:
> ...
> * Subversion source-code control system support

Kevin Ballard

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