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SubjectRe: BK kernel workflow

On Thu, 28 Oct 2004, Roman Zippel wrote:
> Actually the Commit numbers are far more interesting and here you have
> difference of 56% you haven't explained.

It's because CVS cannot handle what BK does. So when you do a BK merge,
there's no way in hell that will be a CVS merge, and instead it ends up
being one big commit of the branch.

Merges happen pretty often, so these "big commits" aren't _that_ big
(certainly nowhere near as big as a CVS banch merge tends to be - if only
simply because nobody uses CVS for "small branches", the pain isn't worth

Face it. BK is just better than CVS. It's not a 1:1 mapping.

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