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Sat Sep 14 07:17:51 AEST 2019
On Fri, Sep 13, 2019 at 11:11:04PM +0200, Steffen Nurpmeso wrote:
> emanuel stiebler wrote in <8db2e89c-ce50-a453-e38a-ecdfe69a746c at e-bbes.com>:
> |On 2019-09-12 19:29, Clem Cole wrote:
> |> On Thu, Sep 12, 2019 at 1:16 PM Eric Allman <tuhs at eric.allman.name
> |> <mailto:tuhs at eric.allman.name>> wrote:
> |> ??At thispoint I'm using git because, well, all the cool kids are
> |> doing it, and
> |> since I work at the university I have to go with the flow sometimes.
> |> And git has some nice properties.?? On the other hand, I have \
> |> shot myself
> |> in the foot with git more times than the sum of all other screwups \
> |> with
> |> all other source management systems combined.
> |> eric
> |> +1??
> |I have this one on the waqll in the office:
> I for one am so happy to have git that i cannot tell you how much
> that is. I have used rcs, cvs, subversion, back to cvs,
> mercurial over the years,, and for some small things also sccs.
> All of it has been a pain here or there. Yes, the weave. Schily
> wants to provide real changeset support for sccs (tagging is real
> problem), i think.
I don't know why, BitKeeper does that and is open source under
a liberal license (Apache v2).
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