Quoting Manoj Srivastava <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> Well, You look at the public branches to see the divergence. and
> if you think my repo does not match the sources (which is a trust
> issue, I suppose), You'll have ot do whatever you need to, since
> obviously you do not believe my tagging.
Multiply that with the number of your possible users, and you will see
what a giant time-waste is.
> Frankly, none of the things you are saying make a compelling
> argument for quilt. madduck makes a better case.
Nobody is comparing git with quilt, really. Obviously you are trying
to compare different unit types as a result of muddle thinking. It is
not git *or* quilt, but DVCS *and* some sort of patch series and I see
LKML and git developers constantly performing that. So, forget about
quilt and think of the least common multiple as an abstract change
units every can inherit and extend.
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