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Re: The /. article

From: Sean Russell <ser_at_germane-software.com>
Date: 2002-02-06 03:05:44 CET

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On Tuesday 05 February 2002 20:29, Tom Lord wrote:
> > are client-side opereations. In fact, this makes
> > Subversion faster than Arch for updates and commits,
> > because Arch passes the entire file that has changed,
> > not just the diffs.
> +1 nicely said
> But false.

Only the last part. The rest is still true. SVN clients /are/ smart
clients. They just don't do /all/ of the work.

> (What's with all the score-keeping anyway?)

Side effect of this newsgroup. If someone submits a patch, somebody else
has(?) to give it a +1 before it will be merged into the main trunk, for
quality control. Equally, you can also -1 something you think is a bad idea.
Democratic sourcecode development. I don't understand all of the rules yet,
because I'm a recent newcomer, but that's what I've seen so far.

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