call for testing: auto-refresh in Bazaar Explorer
martitzam at gmail.com
Sat Sep 5 21:12:17 BST 2009
Based on that I'm guessing that sha1 is running. I'm not complaining.
The performance of other tools is not any better on this sort of use.
What I love is that bzr is very quick for the kinds of things I do
every day. If I see anything that seems unusually slow ill try to
collect the data.
On 9/5/09, John Arbash Meinel <john at arbash-meinel.com> wrote:
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> Ian Clatworthy wrote:
>> Maritza Mendez wrote:
>>> Great idea! Please make this optional with default=on.
>> I'm happy to do that.
>> I work on
>>> branches of various sizes from 2K to 20K files and up to a few hundred
>>> directories. Usually I want status updated right away. But if I have
>>> just moved a few hundred files (new libs or refactoring an old
>>> project) I might have to wait several minutes for status to update.
>> If status takes several minutes to update, it's a bug. On the OOo tree
>> with 80K files, it only takes a few seconds at most for me.
>> Ian C.
> Note that if we think a lot of content has changed, we might actually
> re-read the content and compute the sha1. That could take a long time.
> I don't think just renaming files would do that, but if the mtime was
> updated, it would.
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