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Re: [lord@regexps.com: business models and revision control]

From: Tom Lord <lord_at_regexps.com>
Date: 2002-08-13 04:36:13 CEST

> I think the design and implementation of svn is broken in some
> serious ways. I _might be_ mistaken, however, I formed this
> opinion late last year

Oops...that's not accurate. I formed this opinion a few years ago and
wrote a disk-hog rev ctl kernel based (in essense) on "cp -r" --- but
that one just plain sucked (space-wise, as I could have figured out if
I did the math first), I got distracted by other matters, and forgot
about the issue until late last year when it came up while roughing
out a new config/build system and package manager.

Now in 5 years, that "cp -r" approach may again (for local access)
start to make sense (is my guess).


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Received on Tue Aug 13 04:28:42 2002

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