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RE: Space wasting

From: Craig L. Ching <cching_at_mqsoftware.com>
Date: 2004-03-09 00:45:15 CET

> ack, i got sidetracked. VS is just one of the problems fixed by
> compressing the folder. even if you dismiss that advantage the others
> are still there:

[Snipped advantages of Alvin's suggestion]

Not sure why you're responding to me because my comment:

> > Dude, it's an open source project. If you feel so strongly
> about it, get the code and do something about it, that's the
> beauty of OS ;-) If there are so many VS.NET users affected
> by this (I use VS.NET on Windows as one of our many
> platforms, but I'm not affected by this problem), why doesn't
> some subset of that mass of developers pitch in and help out!

still stands.

Personally, I have used CVS for a very long time. Subversion is a huge breath of fresh air. Yeah, there are some cool features that could be added, but this ain't on the top of my list. For now I'm content to use it as a replacement for CVS.

Now if cvs2svn would just convert my repo faster, been waiting on it for 2 weeks and am eagerly awaiting a resolution to Fitz's comment that he had found a scalability issue ;-)

> -alvin

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