Re: cherry-pick is slow

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On Sun, May 13, 2012 at 07:39:49PM +0400, Dmitry Risenberg wrote:

> However, cherry-picking is still not as fast as I expected it to be -
> cherry-picking a single-file commit takes about 14-15 seconds, fully
> using one CPU core. Anything else I can improve?

It's probably detecting renames as part of the merge, which can be
expensive if the thing you are cherry-picking is far away from HEAD. You
can try setting the merge.renamelimit config variable to something small
(like 1; setting it to 0 means "no limit").

-Peff
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