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Re: subversion in the news

From: Sean Russell <ser_at_germane-software.com>
Date: 2002-03-08 01:47:32 CET

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On Thursday 07 March 2002 15:29, you wrote:
> Bitkeeper is better off for supporting those requirements; I think it
> makes the system overall more complicated and harder to use to have so
> many different modes of operation.

And, as Jeff Raskin will tell you, modes are Bad for user interfaces. Not
that Jeff is god, but I agree with him on this point.

> I'm definitely curious what your vision is. The global repository version
> number seems like a big obstacle to some forms of distributed operation.

Yah, that would be a problem. All of the other arguments against global
repository versions that I've seen have been without strong /technical/
merit, but if using global repository versions actually /prevents/ subversion
from providing some useful behavior, that would be a compelling reason to
change the versioning mechanism. Or is the versioning so locked into the
fundamental core of SVN by now that we're seeing legacy problems already
(before the 1.0 release :-).

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