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Re: Moving asvn to its own project

From: Jörg Steffens <joerg.steffens_at_dass-it.de>
Date: Mon, 10 May 2010 15:59:20 +0200

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Hello Phil,

Am 10.05.2010 15:32, schrieb Philipp Marek:
>> well, the reason I picked up asvn has been that I've been looking for a
>> solution to store file permissions inside a Subversion repository.
> ...
>> I found asvn via google by looking for "subversion store file
>> permissions" in some old mailing. During the past years some people had
>> similar requirements.
> do you know about FSVS?

since about one week: yes.
It seems to be a very interessting project.
I will take a closer look as soon as I've a little more time.
However, for the requirements I'm facing in my current project,
asvn seams to be the better choice. Mainly because its low footprint
(single bash script). But I'm totally aware, that fsvs is much more
powerful.

regards,
Jörg

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