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Re: "svn up" slow when specifying several files

From: Per Winkvist <per.winkvist_at_uk.com>
Date: 2004-08-11 21:49:23 CEST

citerar Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman@collab.net>:

> On Wed, 2004-08-11 at 14:28, Per Winkvist wrote:
> > I'm hacking on a MS SCCI provider which is talking to svn.exe. I
> > basically get a list of files that should be updated, then pass
them on
> > to svn.exe. Perhaps I could use some API function instead to update
> > certain files?
> svn_client_update() is the API function (in svn_client.h).
> But alas, this problem is very, very deep. Even the RA layers only
> allow us to specify a single 'target' for updates. To create a new
> that allows multiple targets to be updated in a single server
> request/response would involve creating new server, network, and
> APIs. Very involved.
> This has never been anyone's priority, because updates aren't atomic,
> unlike the way commits-on-many-targets are.

Okay, I guess I have to live with it.

Thanks anyway Ben,


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