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Re: about svk

From: Files <files_at_poetryunlimited.com>
Date: 2003-11-05 21:38:12 CET

Chia-liang Kao said:
> I didn't ignore any request about the name change; if you have seen the
> README, I explicitly mention that: "all things are subject to change,
> including project name, binary name, perl module namespaces, depot
> spec, etc."
> The point about potential confusion was taken, altough I have never used
> nor even seen bitkeeper myself.

BitKeeper is popular enough that even the Linux Kernal has been using it for a
while now. Unless that's recently changed.

> I just can't make naming stop myself from doing interesting real works.

>> To be utterly, *completely* legally safe here: -1 on any of those
>> custom props appearing in our tree until the name is changed. (Not
>> the name of the prop, but the name of the software that produced them,
>> that is. To store the props might be taken as an implicit endorsement
>> of their source.)


And svd?

I mean, isn't that really what it is?

It's really not a keeper of anything is it.

Shamim Islam
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Received on Wed Nov 5 21:41:54 2003

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