Brief article on benchmarks of Python repository with leading DVCSen
nick.allen at onlinehome.de
Wed Feb 11 19:46:56 GMT 2009
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Doing "bzr init-repo ~" would be equivalent to an automatic revision
Not really. The main advantage of the cache is that it is self pruning
and has a maximum size. Once this size is reached the oldest revisions
would be removed first to make way for newer revisions. The cache could
also be quite clever and remove revisions from branches that have not
been accessed in a while before more recently accessed branches.
The cache would not replace shared repositories though. Information
would also be stored in the cache and the repository.
The advantage is the user can forget about it. They can branch anywhere
on the computer and not have to even think about shared repositories if
they don't want to.
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