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Re: Checkin/checkout via 'sneakernet'

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-11-12 17:27:31 CET

You want the sort of model that bitkeeper, svk, or arch uses. It's a
'decentralized repositories' design, rather than CVS or SVN's
centralized-repository design.

The theory is that every user has a personal repository. They can
commit to it locally, and later on, have their own repository exchange
changesets with other repositories by "pushing" and "pulling" them at
will. The repositories can be set up in any sort of hierarchy you want,
and each repository remembers which changesets it already has.

So my recommendation is: go try out arch or svk.

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Received on Wed Nov 12 17:28:24 2003

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