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Re: Memory consumption w/ large directories

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-02-08 03:19:27 CET

Greg Stein <gstein@lyra.org> writes:
> > So, now I have a couple of scripts and various other things lying about
> > as patches. I will happily give them out, what is the best way to do
> > that? I don't have any file space on a public server, and I figure
> > dumping a tar.gz file as an attachment into everybody's inbox won't
> > endear me to too many people. I can attach it to issue 622, and I
> > should probably post all this information there to. Hmm, that is what I
> > will do unless somebody tells me that is a bad idea.
> How about we create /trunk/tools/dev, and you commit them into there?

Oh, +1 +1 +1

Done -- Kirby, since you are maintaining these tools, send a
username/password pair to me and you can just be committing directly
to that directory. Plaintext passwd is fine, that's how it is in the
protocol anyway. :-)

(Oh, CC gstein too, as I'm about to head home and I think Greg may be
online for a while yet.)


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