Jonathan Schleifer writes:
> "Nikos Kouremenos" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> no svn is more than fine. centralization is good for managing
>> software such as Gajim. Gajim is not Mozilla nor Apache
> I *STRONGLY* disagree. Ever tried to work with SVN when you're in
> a train with your laptop, without any WLAN? You're screwed
> then. With mercurial, no problem at all. Just commit offline and
> push (and merge, if needed) when you come online again, no problem
> at all.
Most DVCS's allow for pulling from an SVN as well as pushing to it.
And then, there is SVK.
Torsten Bronger, aquisgrana, europa vetus
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