So many repo formats
Stephen J. Turnbull
stephen at xemacs.org
Mon Nov 17 07:14:32 GMT 2008
Robert Collins writes:
> On Sun, 2008-11-16 at 23:45 -0500, Stefan Monnier wrote:
> > > Here's a decision tree:
> > > Are you working with an existing project?
> > > Yes: Use whatever they are using. bzr will do this for you by default.
> > > Are you using bzr-svn?
> > > Yes: use 1.9-rich-root
> > > Are working with big trees(5K+paths) or deep history (5K+revisions)?
> > > Yes: use 1.9, if your team is able to (e.g. not version-locked to an
> > > old bzr due to corporate policy)
> > > Otherwise: do not specify formats to any commands, bzr will Just Work.
> > How 'bout if you're using bzr-svn with deep history or big trees?
> 1.9-rich-root, its covered already :).
Although Stefan likes functional languages, I'm sure he can simulate
one at need.<wink>
I would guess his question is "does 1.9-rich-root cost anything
relative to 1.9 in big trees and/or with deep history, or do I really
get the free lunch of 1.9 performance with rich-root features?" Even
if that's not Stefan's question, this inquiring mind would like to
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