Here is little investigation on the slowness with git clone.
BeFS: Slowest, git clone stuck at 35%
Ext2, Ext3: git clone could done
Resolving deltas is generally slow.
Extracting tarball is slow.
Stuck after git Updating files done.
The slowness is I/O problem.
It’s not just the own problem of BeFS.
It’s slow for all supported read/write file system.
BTW, I don’t know why my posts are all flagged by the community.
I didn’t spam, nor advertise my product.
My account name, djgpp, is created when I failed to try making djgpp compile and run on Haiku and needs help there.
I’m out of idea, so I just pick the name ‘djgpp’.
I’m just a normal user.
I’m not related with either djgpp or mingw-w64.
Please make it clear about that.
The restriction of your platform for new users caused me to save my posts in notepad before I could post. This is the reason for my abnormally order of posts.