On Tue, Oct 22, 2013 at 4:30 PM, Karsten Blees <karsten.bl...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Could you post details about your test setup? Are you still using
>>> WebKit for your tests?
>> I'm on Win7 x64, Core i5 M560, WD 7200 Laptop HDD, NTSF, no virus
>> scanner, truecrypt, no defragger.
> OK, so truecrypt and luafv may screw things up for you (according to my
> measurements, luafv roughly doubles lstat times on C:).
Aren't we disabling UAC / LUAFV on a per-executable basis using
manifests? At least the blog article at  suggests that we are in
fact doing it the right way using our script to genera the manifests
Oh but wait, we're not generating a manifest for git.exe itself, only
for executables that contain "setup", "install", "update", "patch"
etc. So maybe having a manifest for git.exe, too, would improve
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