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  1. caca31c Update build scan performance tests to respect latest build scan plugin ci changes by Rene Groeschke · 20 minutes ago master
  2. fce9484 Move RetryRule up in AbstractCrossBuildPerformanceTest by Paul Merlin · 3 hours ago
  3. b660a4d Always use plain console with sample test runner by Gary Hale · 5 hours ago
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  5. d51d75b Merge pull request #5483 from gradle/oehme/performance/faster-samples-testing by Stefan Oehme · 5 hours ago

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