On man, 2005-03-14 at 09:20 +0000, Bryan O'Donoghue wrote:
> Paul Jakma wrote:
>> > SVN, with above caveats, is *way* better than CVS. You'll be really
> > happy with using SVN over CVS (if the server side stuff doesnt bother you).
> > However, distributed SCM is even better. So I'm holding out hoping for
> > GNU Arch to become user-friendly. If 'svnserve' gains auth and acl
> > features i want before Arch becomes user-friendly, then I might reconsider.
>> The thing that initially put me off of arch was, the learning curve not
> just for the other developers, but, for myself.
This is exactly where svk is going to be very interesting, once it is a
bit more mature. As a developer you won't have to relearn every time you
are forced to switch SCM system.
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