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Performance issues when setting dates from scripts

From: Jason Field <jfield_at_sonaptic.com>
Date: 2005-05-23 17:12:04 CEST

Hi all,

I've recently been trying to export a VSS repository to Subversion using
the PySvn bindings. Everything seems to be working well, except for the
massive decrease in performance that occurs if I set the script to
change the date revision property of checkins. Does Subversion require
that ascending revisions have ascending datestamps? I assumed that the
date property was entirely independant of the revision number but
perhaps I'm wrong! The performance drop off makes the repository
unusable unfortunately, and yet it would be very handy to maintain the
entire VSS structure including dates. Any ideas appreciated!



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