> Fair enough!
> Whatever works best for you is for the best.
Thanks. No big issue anyway. Git & Co. may be good for maintaining Linux
kernels, but for PicoLisp it is just overkill.
As I explained in IRC during the last days, my main problem is that they
destroy my file meta data (most notably the modification date), so I
don't use it at the core of my dev environment.
The argument (that the time stamp should be modified upon check out) is
that 'make' should rebuild properly. But that's ridiculous for PicoLisp,
which builds in a second after a "make clean".