[emacs-berlin] Upcoming meetup: full summer mode

Lefteris Karapetsas lefteris at refu.co
Mon Jul 27 13:20:50 UTC 2015

I have had the same positive experience with magit 2.1.  It feels faster to
me than its predecessor. On the other hand a colleague of mine reported
similar problems with the ones Florian reported. I wonder why that happens.

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On Mon, Jul 27, 2015 at 2:43 PM, Tilmann Singer <tils at tils.net> wrote:

> "C. Florian Ebeling" <florian.ebeling at gmail.com> writes:
> > For me the experience with magit 2.1 has been mixed. It’s slow for my
> > main projects right now, to the point where it’s not really usable.
> > Did you see anything like that? I know there to be a ticket for it
> > already [1], apparently not everyone has this problem.
> No, I was lucky enough to not have any performance problems with it yet.
> I had problems with the old magit, where expanding a very large diff
> would sometimes "crash" magit, and prevent any further interaction with
> magit, requiring a re-opening of the magit buffer. I haven't seen that
> yet with the new version, although I visited a few large diffs already.
> No systematic evidence though.
> cheers, Til
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