On vr, 2016-09-02 at 18:23 +0200, Johannes Schindelin wrote:
> This is crucial to improve performance on Windows, as the speed is now
> mostly dominated by the SHA-1 transformation (because it spawns a new
> rev-parse process for *every* line, and spawning processes is pretty
> slow from Git for Windows' MSYS2 Bash).
I see these functions only used as part of an shorten-edit-expand
sequence. Why not do a git rebase-helper --edit-todo instead? Saves
another few process spawnings.
Something for yet another later followup patch?