On 19 November 2012 22:04, Zach Leslie <xaque...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I've always been confused by this.  Which source repo is the true source
> of truth?

This changed a few months ago when ports and doc switched.

As of now:

- SVN is *the* source of truth.

- CVS is exported from svn. It will eventually go away
- git is exported from svn. It will remain as an option for developers
(including myself).

> To obtain the FreeBSD source, you can use CVS, SVN, or Git?  Do all have
> the same level of support?  Are they all up to date?

SVN is *always* up to date.  We try really hard to keep the others up
to date, but fail at times.

> Also, local branching and merging is amazing.

+1 - but one can always use git-svn.

Eitan Adler
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