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Re: Abolishing ChangeLog files

From: Thierry Volpiatto
Subject: Re: Abolishing ChangeLog files
Date: Fri, 29 Mar 2013 12:00:13 +0100
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"Stephen J. Turnbull" <address@hidden> writes:

> Eli Zaretskii writes:
>  > > From: Thierry Volpiatto <address@hidden>
>  > > Each time I tried bzr log (when I had bzr) it ends up With C-c because
>  > > it was too long (against the emacs trunk), so I always had a copy of
>  > > emacs converted to hg or git to be able to see the full logs.
>  > > So no need to use time to measure the slowness (at least for me).
>  > 
>  > I showed you the times, which I think don't come anywhere near "very
>  > slow".  If you are willing to believe to some piece of documentation
>  > rather than measurements, then I must say your conclusions have no
>  > real basis in reality.
> Eli, he probably *was* measuring, although not as precisely as you
> are since his stopwatch was implemented in impatience units rather
> than seconds.
> One potential point of confusion is that bzr does a good job of
> concealing the fact that the repo may be on the other side of the
> world, whereas in git the repo is always local (even with a shallow
> clone).  If he was trying to get logs in a checkout, that would
> explain why he "always" had to C-c.
> Thierry, is that a possible explanation for your experience?
Well, I did bzr log on the local directory where I bzr branch'ed from
Do you mean that when I did that bzr log was running remote to get log ?!
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