|Re: [jgit-dev] [egit-dev] LFS|
Not /really/. ,  and  probably are the most interesting ones to review, but then the other 2 commits (, ) are small, and probably won’t take much time to judge on. Generally, all of them need to go in for LFS support, so only having judgment on 1 or 2 of them won’t help much…
Then there is , which is actually not LFS related but required for proper progress reporting. It’s standalone, and David and Matthias already did some reviews on it – so it should be in pretty good shape already.
General side note: if that is of any help in judging stability/quality of the code: After some testing I decided to ship a build including the changes in house to a few hundred developers, and so far all repos on Gerrit look healthy :D Having the changes in JGit (even though not (yet) using LFS productively) at least does not seem to do any harm to all “normal” workflows :)
Markus, Do you have any top prio change/review. It’s only one day and lfs is not the only topic, so better we set priorities.
J This sounds great! I will make sure that I can react in a timely fashion if you send me some date/time up front J We’re in the same timezone, so it should not be a problem. If you want, we can also share skype contacts, to get even shorter turnarounds that day.
From: Christian Halstrick [mailto:christian.halstrick@xxxxxxxxx]
What a coincidence. I contributed some initial steps for the client-side LFS support in JGit. I guess Markus waits also on reviews/comments from me. Shame on me that I was busy with other JGit/Gerrit topics so I couldn't review his latest changes up to know. But if Mark is also in this topic we could spent time on that during the hackathon.
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