Hi Dale
Sorry for the (very) late reply. I did not in fact resolve the issue - 
instead I got sidetracked onto another area and kept thinking I'd get back 
to it the next day. Anyway, that's a good idea about the subprojects. When 
I get a moment I will investigate. Thanks very much for your help and 
suggestions.

On Friday, June 6, 2014 11:17:44 PM UTC+1, Dale Worley wrote:
>
> > From: tomg...@gmail.com <javascript:> 
>
> > # 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 
> list. 
>
> Dale 
>

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