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Re: Subversion vs. CVS (was Re: Congratulations!)

From: Jason E. Stewart <jason_at_openinformatics.com>
Date: 2004-01-09 20:26:22 CET

kfogel@collab.net writes:

> jason@openinformatics.com (Jason E. Stewart) writes:
> > One of the big issues is how efficient SVN handles networking. I
> > travel all over the world and often have very tiny pipes with huge
> > latencies - CVS is impossible even for trivial tasks, whereas SVN is
> > effortless even for large commits/changes.
> That's really nice to hear.
> At work, I have a high-bandwidth, generally low-latency connection, so
> never see this advantnge. At home, DSL, not as fast as work but still
> pretty good. It's nice to know that the theory of SVN winning over
> tiny pipes turns out to be true in practice.

Because of my travels I've forced a few projects to move from CVS to
SVN. I'm hoping that SourceForge will soon adopt (or at least enable)
SVN for its projects as well.

SVN has made travelling the world as an Open Source developer possible
- without it, I'd have had to find a new way of making a living.

Thanks for an awesome piece of work,

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