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Re: [PROPOSAL] Addition of rsync algorithm for saving bandwidth in 'svn takeover'

From: Branko Čibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2005-07-13 03:37:32 CEST

Jonathan Gilbert wrote:

>The way I see it, the rsync code itself is a relatively small part of the
>patch which adds this operation with client->server checksum sending
>action. It would only mean a hundred lines of code or so to include or not
>include block-oriented rsync.
I don't believe that. Sure, the difference between producing one
checksum for a file and producing several is negligible, but changing
the checkout/update logic to send only the differing chunks of the file
is not a simple change,

>The other thing is, you may not feel ready to take my word for this, but if
>I contribute a large block of code like this, I automatically ensure that I
>will be around to maintain it, should problems arise.
"The project" has to maintain the code indefinitely. We can't assume
that a certaini individual will always be available to maintain a
particular piece of code. That's why we insist on a uniform coding
style, checkin comment format and documentation in the code.

-- Brane

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