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Re: [OT] commit methodology

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2001-03-30 04:09:22 CEST

Tripp Lilley <tlilley@perspex.com> writes:
 
> Actually, to satisfy my curiousity, could someone tell me if any of the
> "core team" has significant experience with Perforce? I'm asking because
> the general philosophy and "mental model" of Perforce is sufficiently
> different from that of RCS, CVS, SourceSafe, MKS, and other "children of
> RCS" that it seems a good idea to study it and mine it.

None of us have used Perforce really, and SVN is attempting to
(mostly) emulate CVS's model, at least in the user interface.
However, because of the way our repository stores trees, a
Perforce-using acquaintance of ours has told us that our
"branches-are-just-subdirs" model is very similar to Perforce.
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