On 2010-04-14, Pavel Sanda wrote: > Alan Tyree wrote: >> RCS is what I used for a long time before discovering the distributed >> version control systems. When using RCS you need either 1) a central >> server or 2) some system (like rsync) to keep two computers "on the >> same page"
> the point was not to propose rcs for the colaboration... but for > private usage (and unless you have some bigger project with tons of > external material) i find rcs to be very good and in some sense more > convenient than proposed git... I know RCS and even used it at some stage because it is (or was) supported by LyX. However, * I don't like the additional files distributed over my file system * I have some external material (not tons, but 10...100 scripts generating the plots I need in my work). * I use git for other projects too. Günter