Thanks for sharing Joe, I knew of picostache from this list but it never
really registered that you had uploaded to bitbucket, it has now :-)
On Sat, Aug 31, 2013 at 9:02 PM, Joe Bogner <joebog...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Henrik
> Thanks for sharing. I have a few picolisp repos on bitbucket too.
> Includes my orgmode parser, mustache template implementation, and blog.
> All have been running flawlessly for 8 continuous months.
> I have read Alex's comments on the stability of picolisp over the years.
> It is neat to experience it myself - especially since I am no expert at the
> Anything newer than Subversion is pretty much equal in my book, that
> includes both darcs, hg and git. They're all so simple that it doesn't make
> sense spending time "shopping" in that area once you've settled for one of
> them, at least not for my use case.
> I use hg at work so I use bitbucket, it's as simple as that. Would not
> dream of learning yet another vcs when hg just works for me.
> On Sat, Aug 31, 2013 at 7:52 PM, Tamas Herman <hermanta...@gmail.com>wrote:
>> there is http://hub.darcs.net/ with no limitations whatsoever on
>> darcs is a lot more logical version control system.
>> it's a lot easier to remember it's options.
>> it's interactive by default.
>> avoids tons of merge conflicts automatically.
>> it doesn't try to invent branching/forking, since
>> every clone of a repo IS A branch or fork naturally.
>> it's is very easy to install, since it's just 1 static exe on any
>> for such small sources what picolisp has,
>> it's an overkill to use anything else...
>> it's really the kind of tool which doesn't get in the way, unlike git.
>> you can see tons of pull requests are talking about git,
>> instead of the patch itself. people are struggling with it
>> for years and years now...
>> i admire how much simplicity could you showcase with picolisp;
>> it's makes me feel bad if you let such dirt as git or hg touch its source
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