Solving the commit-editor-locks-stuff-up problem.
robert.collins at canonical.com
Sat Mar 21 11:51:22 GMT 2009
On Sat, 2009-03-21 at 11:41 +0100, Vincent Ladeuil wrote:
> >>>>> "robert" == Robert Collins <robert.collins at canonical.com> writes:
> robert> Certainly write operations currently have to write
> robert> the entire thing always because its checksum needs
> robert> updating.
> Two cents here:
> 1) There is a potential bug with the checksum if the working tree
> is shared (mounted file system for example) between a 32bits host
> and a 64bits host. The 32 bits host will write an signed 32bits
> checksum while the 64bits host will write a unsigned one.
I think you're wrong; we had that bug during development; the fixed
checksum validation tests ensure we get the same checksum on all
> 2) We don't really care so far because nobody use that checksum.
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