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Re: [egit-dev] Performance of Synchronize - unusable for CDT

On 16 January 2011 15:09, Dariusz Luksza <dariusz.luksza@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> From my point of view the commit list is useful in second use case that
> you mentioned above. A specially when compared branches were based on
> different commits, in this case you can easily see what changes were made
> in both branches and changes introduced by given commit are easily
> accessible. If you would like to see what were changed overall, the only
> thing you need to do is to switch display mode from "Git Change Set" into
> "Workspace".

I guess I switch mode to "Workspace" as the first thing I do when I
synchronize.  Perhaps we're not using git as it's meant to be, but
there are usually so many commits on the branches that looking at the
changes in the individual commits is less interesting than the overall
result of comparing the heads.  Especially as development on a branch
moves rapidly, and as the development branch is public, re-basing
isn't a practical option.


> The only thing that we don't have implemented in current sync view is
> support for context menu operations like stage, commit, rebase and so on.
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