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Re: non-HEAD revisions

From: Miha Vitorovic <mvitorovic_at_nil.si>
Date: 2005-10-18 09:19:13 CEST

Ron <lists@rzweb.com> wrote on 18.10.2005 06:36:09:

> Is there a speed difference when using svn:// vs WebDAV over the
> Internet with large (10MB+) binary files?
> Thanks for the feedback.

The main (performance) difference between svn:// and http:// access to the
repository is if there are a lot of files in the repository. It has to do
with the way svn does DAV/DeltaV (and it doesn't do it correctly), but
they have finally fixed it, and it will be in 1.3.

The whole issue is described here


Also, if you use Apache, people will still be able to get older revisions
using svn clients. But once you have Apache up and running, you can create
a working copy on the server, and then use the post-commit hook to update
it to the latest version of the tools, and then make that WC available to
your users via plain ol' HTTP, as a "web page".


  Miha Vitorovic
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