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SubjectRe: [ANNOUNCE] Darkstar Development Project
>>>>> "david" == David A Gatwood <> writes:

[stuff about unfair test]

I don't arguee if the test was fair or not.

david> and does not include a "null update", as that is an atypical usage pattern
david> for most trees that unfairly skews the test towards software or kernels
david> that does caching of file stat results, which has little bearing on
david> typical use.

But I think that the null update is a "typical" usage, and more
typical indeed a cvs diff (and how that it is spelled in bk). I want
to be able to use cvs diff for a whole tree, when I have changed only
2-5 files to be very fast, (i.e. speed of diff -r between hardlinkend

Later, Juan.

In theory, practice and theory are the same, but in practice they
are different -- Larry McVoy
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