> From: Konstantin Khomoutov <flatw...@users.sourceforge.net>
> Subversion has/had its share of warts, too.
You're right, of course, but the "warts" you are describing are *lack
of features*, whereas Tristan's complaint is *inconsistent and complex
user interface*. Those two issues are different, and there are
conflicts in fixing them, because it's difficult to maintain
simplicity and consistency of interface while adding all the features
that are desirable.
In my case, I have 20 personal scripts whose names start with "svn-"
to provide various complex features that Subversion does not provide
but I use on a reasonably regular basis. Within the Git philosophy,
we would expect those functions to be folded into Git, with the
addition of 20 new switches.
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