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SubjectRe: [ANNOUNCE] GIT 1.5.4.4
Junio C Hamano wrote:
> Jeff Garzik <jeff@garzik.org> writes:
>
>> Junio C Hamano wrote:
>>> The latest maintenance release GIT 1.5.4.4 is available at the
>>> usual places:
>>>
>>> http://www.kernel.org/pub/software/scm/git/
>>>
>>> git-1.5.4.4.tar.{gz,bz2} (tarball)
>>> git-htmldocs-1.5.4.4.tar.{gz,bz2} (preformatted docs)
>>> git-manpages-1.5.4.4.tar.{gz,bz2} (preformatted docs)
>>> RPMS/$arch/git-*-1.5.4.4-1.$arch.rpm (RPM)
>> Does it address the following issue, present in git-core-1.5.4.1-1.fc8?
>>
>> http://marc.info/?l=git&m=120423022832530&w=2
>
> I do not think so.
>
> Is it really an issue, or is it just a warning message unread/unfollowed?

It's not a warning message, it is an annoying delay that has been added
to almost -every- local pull, impacting my main kernel workflow.

Further -- as my email demonstrated with examples -- it would repeatedly
'git gc' on the same repository over and over again, for each 'git pull'
or 'git rebase' that I did. That is overly excessive.


> I am comparing the last line you quoted from the command output in that
> message, which suggests the user to run 'git prune', and your comment on
> the next line in that message that says "I regularly run 'git gc'", and
> scratching my head. I cannot tell if you regularly run 'git prune' or not
> from it...

Yes, I regularly run both 'git gc' and 'git prune'.

But since (ref original email) I was doing some rebasing, there are
inevitably changesets left dangling after such an operation.

Jeff





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