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 If you need reliable performance and space requirements, Mercurial is the better choice, especially when called directly via its API. Also for small repositories with up to about 200 commits, it is faster than git even without garbage collection. 
-## Pre-selected problem-domain?
+### Pre-selected problem-domain?
 Someone in the git mailing list [complained](, that the test was rigged to show that Mercurial is better. 
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