On Jan 25, 2012, at 12:19 PM, Tom Lane wrote:

>> Why not create a branch? IIRC the build farm can be configured to run 
>> branches.
> I already know what the patch does against the regression tests.
> Buildfarm testing is not of interest here.  What would be of help is,
> say, Kevin volunteering to load up his Circuit Courts software and data
> into a git-head server and see how performance looks with and without
> the patch.  Distribution of the code doesn't strike me as being the
> bottleneck.

Yeah, but it would be easier to keep a branch up-to-date via `git rebase` than 
to maintain the patch, I would think. And if it’s a remote branch, then simpler 
distribution is a bonus.



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