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Re: Moving pkgsrc-wip away from SourceForge
On Tue, 14 Jul 2015 10:04:56 -0400
"Hugh Meyer" <hmeyer%meyermat.com@localhost> wrote:
> It seems to me that Subversion would be a good choice. Maybe I have
> missed some of the discussion but I was wondering why that does not
> seem to have been considered?
I agree but not because of technical superiority. Even within the DVCS
crowd there is disagreement over which one is best with hg and git
being the top two contenders. With subversion you can use hg and git
to access the repository. I have not found a subversion interface to
either of those. That tells me that subversion can work for people who
prefer svn, hg or git. Let everyone use the tool that they prefer.
> One aspect of GIT is that it allows history to be changed and does
> not track who made the change.
Is that true? Sounds like deal breaker to me. Are you sure that that
behavior can't be controlled by the configuration?
According to the video link you provided it seems that it is only the
clones that have rollback. That would mitigate the issue I think.
> I use SVN daily for all sorts of work. It works very well and is
> relatively easy to understand and use.
An important point.
> I just wanted to add this to the discussion. Any of them is fine with
> me, as would be staying with CVS.
I don't see staying with CVS as a viable option long term. Just
getting atomic commits would be a huge improvement.
D'Arcy J.M. Cain <darcy%NetBSD.org@localhost>
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