Dear diary, on Fri, Apr 07, 2006 at 02:52:46AM CEST, I got a letter
where Andrew Morton <[email protected]> said that...
> Petr Baudis <[email protected]> wrote:
> > This script enables Git users to easily graft the historical Git tree
> > (Bitkeeper history import) to the current history.
> What impact will that have on the (already rather poor) performance of
> git-whatchanged, gitk, etc?
I didn't try gitk myself, but according to Nick Riviera it eats 1.6G...
Otherwise, assuming that you have at least git-1.2.5, git-whatchanged on
the whole tree should be roughly equally fast as it was before grafting,
but git-whatchanged on individual paths is _significantly_ slower.
That said, 1.3.0rc2 should already have Linus' optimization which should
fix or at least mitigate the performance hit on narrowed-down
Petr "Pasky" Baudis
Right now I am having amnesia and deja-vu at the same time. I think
I have forgotten this before.
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