[cairo] Benchmarking Cairo
nick.allen at onlinehome.de
Sat Aug 16 06:53:22 PDT 2008
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> I'd guess that an onerous commit process would make for bigger or
> less frequent commits, though, and I can't see either of those
> being a good thing.
Thanks for your feedback. It's good to know there is a comprehensize
performance and test suite.
I don't think that a gatekeeper would cause fewer or larger commits.
Developers would have their own private branches for each feature or
improvement they are developing and would be free to commit to them as
often as they like. The gatekeeper would just be merging completed
features and improvements to trunk. This actually makes the history
nicer too because each commit to trunk is either a new feature or an
improvement to code/design.
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