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Re: commiting a large number of files

From: Ricardo Birmann <ricardobirmann_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-17 00:50:20 CET


On 2/16/06, Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1@ryandesign.com> wrote:
> On Feb 16, 2006, at 22:39, Ricardo Birmann wrote:
> > Ok, lets say I have edited a few files (ten files or so) spread all
> > around my many directories, so when I open the windows explorer on
> > the first level under my project root most of the folders are
> > marked with the red flag.
> >
> > I select all of them, right lick and choose "commit". I have to
> > wait at least 8 minutes before the changed files list (where you
> > are prompted for the commit comment) is fully displayed.
> >
> > Is that right?? I am guessing that subversion (or maybe
> > tortoisesvn) is checking all files for modifications, although they
> > had already been flagged "green" or "red" as in "up-to-date" and
> > "modified"
> I can only mention that I've seen long delays on my coworkers' PCs in
> pulling up the changed files list, but no longer than about 2 minutes
> I think for our largest projects (111MB, 3810 files in 477
> directories, excluding .svn directories and contents). Note that the
> speed-limiting factor is likely the number of directories, not the
> number of files or their size on disk.
> Other than that, this seems like a TortoiseSVN question, so you may
> do better asking on their mailing list.
Received on Fri Feb 17 01:01:10 2006

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