Has anyone on the list used SVK (
http://svk.bestpractical.com/view/HomePage ) (built on SVN). It seems
to overcome some limitations of SVN. Are there any downsides to it
other than Chinese English?

svk is a decentralized version control system built with the robust
Subversion filesystem. It supports repository mirroring, disconnected
operation, history-sensitive merging, and integrates with other
version control systems, as well as popular visual merge tools.

It seems to allow for multiple repositories that can work together to
some extent.

Bodvar Bjorgvinsson

"It is impossible to make anything foolproof because fools are so ingenious."
 -- Edsel Murphy, dec.

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