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Timothy Murphy writes:
> On Fri 15 Jul 2005 15:25, Brian Scanlan wrote:
> > Subversion is fantastically brilliant for this task.
>> If subversion is so brilliant,
> why didn't they just call it CVS version n+1 ?
Because it has almost nothing in common with CVS, apart from a UI
that emulates CVS slightly. Hardly a good reason to claim it's
> Half the KDE CVS sites seem to have disappeared
> because they've gone over to SVN.
> It's enough to make a man turn to Gnome.
Jeez, just install the svn package and marvel at how much more usable it
is than CVS ;)
svn++ as well. We're using it for SpamAssassin with excellent results,
it stole most of the good features from Perforce, and I keep most of my
home directory synced between multiple machines with it (just to get this
thread back on topic).
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