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RE: svn co performance

From: Faron Dutton <fdutton_at_bellsouth.net>
Date: 2005-10-29 20:51:55 CEST

There is a lot of parallel development. Usually the branch occurs ~3 months
before the release, which means that we normally have three active branches
at any given time. You still have a good point with the svn switch. I'll
have to see if the clients support it (Eclipse and TortoiseSVN) or if the
developers will need to do this from the command line.

> Why are you checking out often? Check out the branch once.
> Work. When
> done with the branch, when it has been merged and there's a new
> branch you need to work on, "svn switch" the working copy you
> have to
> the new branch. It will be quick, because the server will only have
> to send you the difference between what you had and what you want.

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