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Re: Who maintains asvn? What is the status of asvn?

From: Paul Albrecht <albrecht_at_rdi1.com>
Date: Thu, 24 Jan 2008 10:18:15 -0600

On Thu, 2008-01-24 at 07:47 +0100, Ph. Marek wrote:
> On Mittwoch, 23. Januar 2008, Paul Albrecht wrote:
> > Who maintains asvn? What is the status of asvn?
> Depending on your use-case you might want to take a look at FSVS:
> http://fsvs.tigris.org/
>

I don't think fsvs makes much sense for me because I'm not using the
archive script to backup/restore a file system.

What I have is a file system I use for installing linux on a thin client
over a network. What I'd like to be able do is track over time the
various hacks I need to make to my file system. This usually involves
making changes to bash scripts and, occasionally, updating some binary
files.

Originally, I considered using cvs or git, but the former doesn't handle
binaries very well and the latter doesn't doesn't handle meta data so I
decided to try subversion.

The archive script more a less works with a few nits here or there so I
was wondering it's worth fixing them? For example, another problem with
using the archive script is that subversion has a problem with file
names containing the at-sign.

>
> Regards,
>
> Phil
>
>

-- 
Paul Albrecht
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