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Re: Solving the compression dilema when rsync-ing Debian versions

Otto Wyss <otto.wyss@bluewin.ch> wrote:
> So why not solve the compression problem at the root? Why not try to
> change the compression in a way so it does produce a compressed result
> with the same (or similar) difference rate as the source? 

Are you going to hack at *every* different kind of file format that you
might ever want to rsync, to make it rsync friendly?

Surely it makes more sense to make rsync able to more efficiently deal with
different formats easily.
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