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SubjectRe: Linux 2.5.8-pre2
On Fri, Apr 05, 2002 at 05:01:31PM -0800, Linus Torvalds wrote:
> More merging with various people, USB+ARM+more network drivers etc.
> The actual patch is pretty huge, because the USB changes moves USB files
> around a lot. The BK diffs (and actual "real changes") are smaller than
> the patch would imply (here Larry pipes up with number of deltas ;)

Here ya go.

takepatch: 991 new revisions, 0 conflicts in 578 files
206734 bytes uncompressed to 954854, 4.62X expansion
Running resolve to apply new work ...
Using as graphical display
Verifying consistency of the RESYNC tree...
resolve: found 103 renames in pass 1
resolve: resolved 103 renames in pass 2
resolve: applied 578 files in pass 4

I love how much people move around files when the SCM system actually handles
it properly. I used to worry that people who were trained to not move files
by CVS would never figure out that BK handles it; I was wrong and glad of it :)
Larry McVoy lm at
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