Re: centralized bzr (Re: Successful and unsuccessful Debian development tools)
>>>>> "Robert" == Robert Collins <email@example.com> writes:
Robert> Its likely to be a different bug - the conversion approach
Robert> used for svn/baz is very different. That said, conversion
Robert> from $any system is going to use more memory than native
Robert> bzr operations, simply because of the overhead of having
Robert> two data structures in memory at once. If you do a
Robert> conversion from baz though, once converted you should have
Robert> no troubles.
Robert> Also, please do file bugs on the conversion logic if it
Robert> fails to operate for you.
Already done so - the Debian bug report I quoted.
Curiously though, the problems continue even after the archive appears
to be converted successfully - if I do a diff operation, it reports
all files as deleted, but if I try to revert it, it slows to a
Brian May <firstname.lastname@example.org>