Gurjeet Singh <singh(dot)gurjeet(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
> The with-patience version has only two hunks, removal of a big
> block of comment and addition of a big block of code.
> The without-patience patience is riddled with the mix of two
> hunks, spread until line 120.
> --patience is a clear winner here.
When I read the description of the algorithm, I can't imagine a
situation where --patience would make the diff *worse*. I was
somewhat afraid (based on the name) that it would be slow; but
if it is slower, it hasn't been by enough for me to notice it.
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