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From "Barry Pape" <bp...@netspend.com>
Subject RE: zip update
Date Tue, 30 Oct 2007 22:14:55 GMT
Fixing my last example...100 not 500 files.

 

-----Original Message-----
From: Barry Pape [mailto:bpape@netspend.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, October 30, 2007 4:56 PM
To: Ant Users List
Subject: zip update

 

Howdy Ant Gurus,

 

We recently experienced a dramatic increase in our build time (~100

minutes) for one of our projects.  Upon looking into this, I came to the

conclusion that the adding 4 more passes of a task that updates a zip

file is the culprit.  This increased the size of the jar by ~40MB, and

the number of files by ~4500.  So I am trying to understand more about

why this is the case so I can manage the build time better.

 

Am I correct, that when the zip task's update attribute is set to true

the larger the zip file the longer it takes to update?  Is this because

ant process each file contained in the zip regardless of whether the

files to be added have the same name or path?  Does larger in this case

only refer to the number of files and not the size (ie. it takes longer

to update a zip with 1000 files totaling 30MB than it does to update a

zip with 10 files totaling 60MB)?  Will the number of files being added

considerably change the time it takes to update the zip, or is it

primarily based on my assumption that it's the size of the zip file

being updated that makes the difference?  For instance adding 100 files

to x.zip isn't that much quicker than adding 500 files to x.zip, whereas

adding 100 files to x.zip (which contains 100 files and is 10MB) is

considerably faster than adding 100 files to y.zip (which contains 1000

files and is 40MB).

 

Thanks,

Barry

 

 

 

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