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perforce versus subversion

From: listman <listman_at_burble.net>
Date: 2006-08-25 03:13:31 CEST

it seems that people in denial regarding subversion performance? SVN
is very slow for certain kinds of repositories, esp those that
include large binary files. this is a fact and is openly discussed at
most of the companies i've dealt with. my last 3 companies have seen
10-20 min updates in situations, a fresh commit is similiar in
overhead. My point is that Subversion is great, unless you have large
binary files in your working env.

the real question is, when are we going to try and resolve the
redundant diff operations, and even give a switch to turn off the
diff for certain classes of file. then, maybe we'd get close to
perforce performance for large binary data.

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