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Doh! This is something I've always wanted to know. Do you know how long 
bk -r get takes on a slow system with a badly implemented IDE driver? :(

Well, now I know. Great :D

Regards
Josh

On Thu, Jan 16, 2003 at 08:17:39PM -0800, Larry McVoy wrote:
> A little know option which makes things go faster is
>
> bk -r get -qS
>
> which gets only those files not already gotten. Linus has asked why this
> isn't the default and the only reason I can give him is that it is an
> interface change and we'll do it in bk 4.0. It's the right answer.
>
> > bk -r get -q
> >
> > or just
> >
> > bk get drivers/eisa
> >
> > in this case. I guess this is becoming a FAQ.
> >
> > --Kai
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