> That said, you should be advised that both patch theory implementations > ("formats") currently in use, namely darcs-1 and darcs-2, have bugs. In > practice that means you may not be able to do such a separation for > complicated conflict scenarios, though I think if it succeeds then the > resulting repos should be equivalent. We have implemented a new one, > darcs-3, which closely follows the camp paper and does not have any of > these bugs. But that is not yet released. You can play with it using our > development version at http://darcs.net/screened, but please don't use > it for serious work, because the on-disk format may still change.
I'm glad to hear about darcs-3. I was worried work on implementing Camp had stopped completely. Is testing helpful at this point? I could try cloning and converting my repos to darcs-3. > I'd be interested to hear more about your patch theory. Unsurprisingly, I'm learning about all sorts of interesting pitfalls while trying to make it concrete. I still might manage to make something worth sharing, though. James _______________________________________________ darcs-users mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.osuosl.org/mailman/listinfo/darcs-users