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hg-importfs / test-importfs-bigfile.t

Load the extension:

  $ echo "[extensions]" >> $HGRCPATH
  $ echo "importfs = $TESTDIR/importfs.py" >> $HGRCPATH

Create a simple filesystem structure with a big file for import:

  $ mkdir d1
  $ echo "c1" > d1/f1
  $ echo "c2" > d1/f2
  $ mkdir d1/d2
  $ echo "c3" > d1/d2/f3
  $ dd if=/dev/zero of=d1/f4 bs=1024 count=12000
  12000+0 records in
  12000+0 records out
  12288000 bytes transferred in * secs (* bytes/sec) (glob)

Perform the import (the big file will create a warning):

  $ hg importfs r1 d1
  created repository $TESTTMP/r1
  0 files updated, 0 files merged, 0 files removed, 0 files unresolved
  adding d2/f3
  adding f1
  adding f2
  adding f4
  f4: up to 36 MB of RAM may be required to manage this file
  (use 'hg revert f4' to cancel the pending addition)

Check if all files have been imported:

  $ hg -R r1 st -A
  C d2/f3
  C f1
  C f2
  C f4
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