On Sun, 21 Oct 2012, Felipe Contreras wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 18, 2012 at 10:47 AM, Johannes Schindelin
> <johannes.schinde...@gmx.de> wrote:
> > Without push support, remote-hg is useless to me. Without regression
> > tests proving that it is rock solid, I will not use remote-hg.
> Done and done. My remote-hg now has support for pushing, all in less
> than 500 lines of code. It also manages to pass all 14 of the "extensive
> tests" of your remote-hg. Anything else?
While I think that a lot of effort was duplicated now, and while I am
still interested in less handwaving arguments than "I find the code
bloated", I will compare the performance on both hg and openjdk and if I
do not find any issues, have a look at the code, too.
That will have to wait until I am home in a bit more than a week, though.
P.S.: Sverre's remote-hg does not really handle octopus merges. It is
incomplete. I had a good plan how to complete it (see the msysGit wiki
page about remote-hg) but lacked the time to implement it (the problem is
that hg does not have octopus merges, and we want things to be
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