On Mar 23, 2009, at 4:06 AM, Junio C Hamano wrote:I'm just experimenting with "bzr fast-export", which converts to git, and it seems to take about 4 minutes for 1000 revisions on our (modern) server. That would be around 7 hours for my emacs repository; I can't do that daily. I wonder if there's a way for (bzr) fast-export / (git) fast-import to work incrementally, i.e. for selected or most recent revisions. Or, one could do something like bzr diff -r $REV.. $BBRANCH | (cd $GBRANCH; patch -p0; git commit), plus preserving authors and log messages. Is this roughly what the fast-export format does anyways?
|Greg KH||Og dreams of kernels|
|Jens Axboe||[PATCH 31/33] Fusion: sg chaining support|
|Arnd Bergmann||Re: finding your own dead "CONFIG_" variables|
|Mark Brown||[PATCH 2/2] Subject: natsemi: Allow users to disable workaround for DspCfg reset|