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What is git getting?

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09-20-2012 08:43 PM

When I create a new AIM project sometimes it takes a couple minutes to initialise.  Just tonight I noticed git.exe working away with my CPU - is AIM grabbing remote data with git, or is it using it internally to version my project?  Curious what's going on in the backend.

 

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Re: What is git getting?

09-21-2012 08:10 AM in reply to: spatialguru

The reason it takes so long to create a new project is because it loads all the material and such into a database.  The database is quite large.  Not sure about grabbing remote data.  I highly doubt it because I have created a project being offline with no issues.

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Re: What is git getting?

09-25-2012 12:44 AM in reply to: TRogers

trogers is right: we don't pull in data from remote servers or so, we use GIT for internal stuff only; but since that are internas and might be subject to change in the future, we will not provide further details about that...

 

about the time for initializing a new project: we didn't optimized that (yet), since that shouldn't be the most often used operation of AIM, right?

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Re: What is git getting?

09-25-2012 09:01 AM in reply to: konstantin.baumann
Thanks for the update - makes sense to me! :smileyhappy:
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