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Re: Getting raw blame information

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-01-12 18:01:28 CET

Mark Benedetto King <mbk@lowlatency.com> writes:
> CVS gets line-oriented deltas per revision "for free" from the fact that
> it stores the changes that way internally. This is a huge win, since
> it doesn't have to do all the diffing again. Also, IIUC, it does the
> blame calculation server-side, which saves lots of latency and
> bandwidth.

(That's correct.)

> > One other comment: when doing blame for multiple files the output doesn't
> > include any information about the file that was being accessed.
> We need to decide whether that's a bug or an API change before we
> fix it. My vote is for "bug".

Agreed, FWIW.

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Received on Wed Jan 12 18:15:47 2005

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