[Python-Dev] Source control tools

Alexander Schremmer 2006a at usenet.alexanderweb.de
Thu Jun 15 22:33:49 CEST 2006

On Thu, 15 Jun 2006 19:00:09 +0200, Jan Claeys wrote:

> Op di, 13-06-2006 te 10:27 +0200, schreef Alexander Schremmer:
>> Bazaar-NG seems to reach limits already when working on
>> it's own code/repository. 
> Canonical uses bzr to develop launchpad.net, which is a "little bit"
> larger dan bzr itself, I suspect...?

I don't think so, without having seen the Launchpad code. I assume that
Launchpad has less comitters (closed source!) and therefore less change
sets and less parallel branches.

Once I pulled the bzr changesets (1-3 months ago) and it needed 3 hours on
a 900 MHz machine with a high-speed (> 50 MBit) internet connection (and it
was CPU bound). Note that bzr has gained a lot of speed since then, though.

Kind regards,

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