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Re: Summarizing the gigantic "Dropping Subversion" thread

From: Erik Huelsmann <e.huelsmann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2004-04-12 15:09:25 CEST


> But I'd guess that its not a goof idea to have clients get to know about
> the details deep in as it makes updating the API's in the future that
> much harder.

There is a very strict ruleset which defines how and when APIs can be
updated. Your client using them makes no difference to the ruleset. Besides: The
ruleset is in place so that you can depend on the presence of this API. The
rules are described in the HACKING document in the section "Release numbering,
compatibility, and deprication".

> I'd rather not have to learn all these deep layers of subversion to get
> basic information.

Maybe what you require is not that basic anymore? :-)



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