Published on Sep 14, 2015 This talk will outline the scale of Google’s codebase, describe Google’s custom-built monolithic source repository, and discuss the reasons behind choosing this model of source control management. It will include background on the systems and workflows used at Google that make managing and working productively with a large repository feasible, in addition to a discussion of the advantages and trade-offs of this approach.
Presenter: Rachel Potvin
Google Puts All 9 Million Source Code Files in One Repo. Its own custom source management system called piper.
for context, linux kernel has 15M lines. Google repo has 2G lines. Google human makes 15M lines of code change per week.
Rachel Potvin explains why. But, i'm rather not convinced. Are you?