Source code control
adam at megacz.com
Mon Jan 5 00:19:01 CET 2004
You really should check out darcs. I did an extensive arch/darcs
comparison, and the XWT project (xwt.org) is going with the latter.
Vastly simpler than either bk or arch but with all the same features.
ebiederman at lnxi.com (Eric W. Biederman) writes:
> This is just a heads up. I have been doing some investigation
> into distributed version control systems. arch looks like it
> usable and getting more usable.
> >From the design standpoint I don't see any big issues and
> it appears to be the equal of bk etc. I think I see some
> was to make it simpler and more powerful but that is not needed to
> make a good revision control system.
> I need to do a little more testing to see what arch is actually like
> to use. Before I seriously start advocating anything but I'm not
> expecting any weird issues to crop up. Except possibly for some
> issues running under cygwin, for the platform challenged.
> Once my evaluation is finished I plan on pushing the projects I work
> on in that direction. So this is something to think about.
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