I know julio notes about libgit2. Anyway the rpm5 mantainer had
decided to integrate libgit2 recently. Jfi.
2012/8/25, Nicolas Sebrecht <nicolas.s....@gmx.fr>:
> The 25/08/12, Vicent Marti wrote:
>> The development of libgit2 happens 100% in the open. I don't know what
>> "commercial entity" are you talking about, but there are several
>> companies and independent contributors working on the Library at the
> Right but as far as I'm aware of Junio had reserves about libgit2
> integration into git due to issues making repositories broken. Though,
> having libgit2 as git core would make libgit2 the the-facto standard
> which would a *very* big plus.
> Also, I guess that integration into git would mean more developers
> contibuting for libgit2. Currently, issues seems to be a blocker for
> integration. So, libgit2 might appear to be a marginal/risky alternative
> for a long time which is sad.
> [ I'm somewhat in the same situation of OP. ]
> Nicolas Sebrecht
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