Probably Mercurial is what you need: http://www.selenic.com/mercurial/wiki/
<http://www.selenic.com/mercurial/wiki/>GIT is reported to be slower than
Mercurial (that's the reason google code added support for Mercurial, and
Also looks like it has a very extensive tooling availible (even an eclipse
plugin), so I'd go for it.
On Fri, May 8, 2009 at 11:36 AM, Dave Rearden
<dave.rearden at openjawtech.com>wrote:
> hi all,
>> we currently use CVS here, but we're increasingly facing problems with
> large checkouts timing-out over VPNs. our main office is in dublin, with
> secondary offices in galway and madrid.
>> we'd ideally like to have 3 synchronized repositories, one in each
> location, that take care of their own replication.
>> i understand GIT is capable of such magic, has anyone ever set this up?
>> i'm also aware of SVK, but it doesn't suit our needs as people will need to
> check in at all 3 repoisoties, not just the "master".
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