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serf vs neon

From: Harvey, Edward <Edward.Harvey_at_patni.com>
Date: 2007-11-07 21:05:36 CET

I am setting up a new subversion server over http. I have total freedom
to configure the server and all the clients in any way I want. I have
been reading everything I can find, and I find myself slightly confused
on the serf vs neon subject.

I understand serf can offer performance improvement over neon, but does
it require a particular version of the svn client, in order to gain that
improvement? Do the default configurations of ... say ... TortoiseSVN
include support for the serf enhancements?

Are serf and neon mutually exclusive? Should I build the server with
only serf, or should I build it with both serf & neon?

In order to get the awesomest experience possible for the users, what's
recommended here? (Priority #1 is stability, and priority #2 is
performance.) Our clients run on all 3 - Windows, Linux, and Mac OSX.

Thank you...

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Received on Wed Nov 7 21:06:03 2007

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