|author||Patrick Hiesel <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Tue Feb 19 09:09:22 2019 +0100|
|committer||Patrick Hiesel <email@example.com>||Wed Mar 20 14:52:33 2019 +0100|
Implement PureRevertCache Computing if a change is a pure revert of another change or commit is an expensive operation as it requires a Git merge. This is especially true for large Git repositories. However, this information is easy to cache in a persistent cache as it can be keyed by the SHA1s of the commits that we want to diff. Given that this computation runs many times if the Prolog fact is used because we freshly compute the submit rules often, this commit builds a persisted cache for it. There are many existing tests that cover the behavior in ChangeIT. This commit adds a serializer for Protobuf to ensure we are not using the default Java serialization as well as a test. Change-Id: Id79e2fb2f6646d8e48fdfc3a3b0bcf03f51b1400
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