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How expansive "bzr update" for Emacs trunk?

From: Oleksandr Gavenko
Subject: How expansive "bzr update" for Emacs trunk?
Date: Mon, 26 Jul 2010 23:39:04 +0300
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  $ cat ~/devel/emacs/trunk/.bzr/branch/branch.conf
parent_location =
submit_branch =
bound_location =
bound = True

I mark that "bzr update" take about 1 MiB for
"Finding Revisions" and a lot MiB
(5.5 MiB between yesterday and today).

Is really bzr so dumb that require a lot of network traffic?
Or into Emacs sources go a lot of commit?

I restricted with 3G or GPRS Internet connection.
One time a month commit I get about 5 hours
(~7 KiB/sec download speed)!

Is bzr use plain (uncompressed) schema for
propagating changes?

So may be good switch to ssh protocol and set compression?

I also heir (but sorry if not correct) that bzr
developed for local network connection.
And for example if exist new changes it send
last 50 changeset even new only 1!

Best regards!

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