[tex-live] SVN and time
karl at freefriends.org
Thu Mar 16 18:30:56 CET 2006
Does this mean 16 minutes or 16 hours?
Well, I was/am concerned about this too; you may recall that I sent an
initial message about the lengthy update times I saw, and was reassured
that I should proceed anyway :).
I guess the hard drive is the limit, a
Is it better if you do another svn update right away? (Because, one
would hope, a lot of it will be in the disk cache.) That is what I
found. (Of course, that doesn't help with real-world activities where
it's accessed every so often, but at least it would help with
About all I can say is that if you're working within a particular area,
you can just svn update there, and not routinely do the whole tree; save
that for cron. That's my approach anyway. I don't think there is any
other (free) source control system that operates like p4.
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