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From Stefan Fuhrmann <stef...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Advice for better SVN
Date Sat, 26 Nov 2016 09:59:04 GMT

On 2016-11-24 12:19 (+0100), "%u874C%u86AA" <2...@qq.com> wrote:
 > I'm a programmer who very love SVN.
> When I commit works through Internet, send files one by one always very slow.
> Why don't archive all files as a single Zip file, and send the only file to SVN server?
(as like Git)
> Hope to help.
> Thanks.

If you are using HTTP/HTTPS over a long latency connection,
commits will be slow.  This is a known issue and people
are working on fixing this.

The problem is that every changed file is transmitted with
a separate handshake instead of streamingly.

If available, try the svn:// protocol.  It does not have
this issue.

-- Stefan^2.

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