> From: tomgra...@gmail.com

> # On branch master
> nothing to commit (working directory clean)
> real    0m0.558s
> user    0m0.157s
> sys    0m0.387s
> ... on my company's:
> # On branch master
> nothing to commit (working directory clean)
> real    0m57.812s
> user    0m14.764s
> sys    0m7.998s

Here's something that might be worth thinking about:  Somehow the new
computer's setup interferes with Git's algorithm for checking whether
files in the working directory have changed.  I know Git is quite
clever about checking for changed files, because a "git add" can be
quite fast even if the working directory contains thousands of files.

One thing that stands out to me is the subprojects.  They may somehow
not work quite correctly because you didn't install them directly.

It be worth asking about asking about this on the main Git mailing


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