also sprach Juliano F. Ravasi <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [2008.08.26.2207 +0100]: > > If you are fine with the slow speed and all the other limitations > > of Subversion, give it a shot. I haven't, and I wouldn't touch it > > because I don't trust Subversion. > > Gratuitous Subversion bashing?
Not intended, no. > May I ask why you don't "trust" Subversion? It has corrupted my repositories often. I was using Subversion for about 3 or 4 years. > What? Are you sure you meant that? You can't use the filesystem if > you are not connected? So you have a centralised repository. What do you do when you are on an airplane? How do you write to the filesystem? > distribution is needed). In fact, I already knew that git and hg > would fail for the task, since I already knew them very well for > SCM before starting my vcs-home experiments. I use Git for homedir versioning. How does it fail for you? > code projects (only files and not directories are important, no > need to support unicode filenames, most files are very small, > etc). That is Git supports unicode filenames and binary files as large as you want them. Anyway, as I said a couple of times in all different places: use the tool that suits you. You wanted feedback on fsvs and I told you what I thought of it. I am also interested in what your experiences are or will be! -- martin | http://madduck.net/ | http://two.sentenc.es/ http://lavender.cime.net/~ricky/badgers.txt spamtraps: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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