Ryan Anderson wrote:
Git falls into the category of distributed source code management tools,
similar to Arch or Darcs (or, in the commercial world, BitKeeper). This
means that every working directory is a full-fledged repository with
full revision tracking capabilities.
That's not actually what "distributed" means. There are several
distributed SCM tools that store repo information outside the actual
Perhaps that last sentence could be something like "This means that each
developer has a local full-fledged repository with full revision
tracking capabilities, not dependent on network access to a central
server." I'm sure there are better wordings, but I hate to point out an
problem without offering at least one possible improvement.
 I believe that ArX, monotone, codeville, and svk all fall into this
category. Possibly even Arch itself, although I haven't researched that.
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