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Subversion/Tortoise questions

From: Phil Pinkerton <pcpinkerton_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 9 Nov 2010 16:30:33 -0500

1) Does Tortoise just send command to the Subversion Windows Command
Line client?

2) Can the Tortoise and/or Subversion Windows Command Line client be
configured to reduce and/or eliminate with small pack CIFS traffic
that occurs during the check out process to a Windows network drive?

     -maybe "trust" the check out and run an update status as a
separate operation to get the status information validated

     -turn off the status feature during the check out and then turn it on

     -other options (i.e. ini or xml) file the client use to turn the
client or other specific knowledge you have about the client we can

3) Are there options around the Export which is very fast but does not
write out any of the .svn file that we can use to speed up the client
and get our status information?

4) Is the another GUI Subversion client that has better performance
when content is being checked out to a Windows network drive.

5) Does Tortoise and/or Subversion Windows Command Line client
installed on the server allow multiple (i.e. 30 to 50) users accessing
the one installation at the same time to check out, check in, and
update content without corrupting content or experiencing great
performance degradation?

6) Does Subversion other customers, example scripts or configurations
for using a Subversion client with Windows network dr
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