|Date:||Mon, 12 Sep 2005 10:38:33 -0400|
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I wondered whether there were no performances problems working with a version wich is a branch of a branch of a branch of a branch etc.
There can be, because of the way CVS stores its deltas. To get to the tip of a branch, CVS starts with the head of the trunk, applies all deltas back to the branch point, then applies all deltas forward along the branch. If the trunk and/or branch(es) are long, then retrieving a file can be relatively expensive.
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