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Re: Subversion uptake in OSS projects

From: Kapil Thangavelu <hazmat_at_objectrealms.net>
Date: 2004-08-16 06:37:12 CEST

plone.org is also using svn (svn.plone.org). some folks have been
maintaining darcs repository mirrors, and a few also use svk against the
svn repo.

both zope and plone have been having svn bdb issues recently. zope.org
recently turned off viewcvs in an attempt to help the situation, and
both are considering moving to svn fsfs as soon as 1.1 goes gold.

also the ingres source (http://opensource.ca.com/projects/ingres) is
currently hosted via svn, although bdb issues there are making them
reconsider it.



On Fri, 2004-08-13 at 18:43, Greg Hudson wrote:

> * Zope: They discussed an SVN conversion in April, with no
> objections, and converted in May--not just to using Subversion to
> host their own code, but as part of the Zope system as well. They
> were initially mildly disappointed that cvs2svn did not handle
> line-endings, and that our auto-props story for automatically
> setting svn:eol-style isn't very good. I saw one report of a
> "Cannot Allocate Memory" BDB issue in June which required
> recovery, but that's it.

> As an aside, I'd be interested to hear about mid-sized or larger OSS
> projects using Arch, and how successful they are. The only one I
> currently know about is Xouvert, which appears never to have gotten
> off the ground. (The gnuarch.org user-community page hasn't been
> responding today, or I might have more information there.)
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