Source Forge SVN slow !!!

Bah humbug !!!

Tried to checkout a working copy of Neo Ports Manager over SVN, that took twenty minutes or so… Created an independent branch and the starting directory structure for the work I need to get imported, plus copied a few files from the trunk that I also want there.

That took at least 10 minutes to commit..

Looking on Source Forge, I can see that two other people have filed about the SVN services being so dang gum slow.

Looks like it might be awhile before I finally get my latest stuff under revision control +S.

1 thought on “Source Forge SVN slow !!!”

  1. Originally posted on my Live Journal:

    subject: google code
    by: (Anonymous) 2008-07-19 10:46 pm (UTC)
    comment: since your project is fairly new and a one-man project, why not move it to Google Code?

    subject: Re: google code
    by: sas_spidey01 at 2008-07-20 05:44 am (UTC)
    comment: The main reason I chose SourceForge from the options that I looked at, is because I knew exactly what I would be getting out of the deal.

    The level of documentation they provide on using the services is quite nice as well ;-). While I don't care much for being limited to CVS and SVN, learning to use Suberversion is as easy as downloading the book.

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