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Re: Subversion vs. VSS

From: Brandon Ehle <azverkan_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-11-08 04:04:01 CET

Mark Grosberg wrote:

>Bryce Schober wrote:
>>Mark wrote:
>>>It's pretty telling that Microsoft doesn't use it for the Windows source.
>>So what *do* they use? Anyone know?
>AFAIK they use something called "SourceDepot", which I believe they had
>custom written / contracted out. Somewhere there is a paper by Mark
>Lucovsky about the change in development environment. In the NT 3.51 days
>they had a home-made system that had no branching support and AFAIK,
>didn't keep deltas.
As per this quote:

"The article in [
] discusses what used to be and what currently is happening in
Microsoft. Basically, they had an awful system (which, legend tells,
was a home-grown system that ran on OS/2 machines no one dared touch
because they worked), outgrew it, and switched to SourceDepot, which is
a (possibly customized for Microsoft) version of Perforce."

Ori Berger
Wednesday, April 17, 2002

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