It's very simple-it's just a widget and it doesn't do anything. At least, not while you're looking at it.
http://www.openintents.org/en/node/164 - org.openintents.action.PICK_FILE
http://www.openintents.org/en/node/165 - org.openintents.action.PICK_DIRECTORY
OpenIntents exists as a registry of publiscised Intent patterns, which encourages interoperability on the Android platform. This allows other app authors to invoke the standardised 'pick' intent, and have this request handled by whatever the favourite installed app of the device user is.
You can see an example of the PICK_DIRECTORY intent being invoked in the Android app Agit here:
$ bfg --strip-blobs-bigger-than 1M
JGit is not quite able to execute a 'git log' against this repo, so we were dubious as to whether The BFG would be able to complete the run, or if it would just die with an OutOfMemoryError.
The BFG completed successfully in 37 minutes 7 seconds, and as it turns out from the attached profile data, The BFG did very well on memory - the garbage collection looks under control, and the gradual increase in memory usage matches the requirements of building the memoization-map for objects as they're cleaned.
You can also see in the graph that The BFG was also making effective usage of the 2-cores available in this machine (as it happens, this was a remote VM), though it had to play nice with other processes on the machine when and I decided to execute a rather slow git-verify-pack command at the same time!
Many thanks to Christian for testing out The BFG on this formidable repo, it made me very happy to see The BFG working so well :-)
(in case you're wondering, The BFG is an alternative to git-filter-branch for cleansing bad data out of your #Git repository history, ie removing crazy big files, passwords, and other private data).
Personal favourites include 's git-imerge tool, and 's talk about German Law on GitHub, with the Pirate Party submitting pull-requests to get the laws fixed....
Git Merge • git-imerge (Michael Haggerty)
Git Merge • German Law on GitHub (Stefan Wehrmeyer)
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