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Re: is the proof in the pudding?

On Wed, 30 Jul 2008, Perry E. Metzger wrote:
> > We would like a system that supports disconnected operation and
> > private branches and all that,
> Well, as it turns out, that's what the distributed VCSes do. SVN
> (the only non-distributed open source one of note) does not do those
> things.

If the project uses svn, then I can use svk for my disconnected
operation and my private branches.

I already use svk for my private branches, but the way I synchronise
with NetBSD-current involves checking out a snapshot from CVS and then
importing it into svk; if the project used svn, then svk could mirror
the entire repository in a reasonably clean way.

--apb (Alan Barrett)

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