|Re: [jgit-dev] JGit slow?|
I guess I never understood those arguments (and probably never will). If users are reluctant to switch to newer software (which includes a newer JVM and a newer Eclipse), then that's of course up to them. Let them stay on Indigo or whatever and when they do, let them take the consequences of that. Why would they be refuse to switch the JVM while at the same time demand a switch to the latest JGit? Are there really people like that out there? And if there is, by what right do they prevent needed improvements on the tool? After all, it's not like the current version ceases to exists. It's still there, but like with the 1.6 JVM will in February, it has reached its EOL and is no longer developed.
On 2012-12-19 23:19, Matthias Sohn wrote:
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