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Re: Considering using Subversion

From: Haakon Riiser <haakon.riiser_at_fys.uio.no>
Date: 2004-12-10 18:52:12 CET


> Subversion is tree-oriented. It can't be definitively called "file
> oriented" or "changeset oriented".

What does tree oriented mean? I thought all SCMs used one of
these two ways: In CVS, each file has its own commit history,
while in Arch, the history is associated with the entire project.

> There is currently no way to store the pristine copies outside the
> working copy.

OK, guess I'm staying with CVS and Arch then. But thanks for
answering my question!

By the way: Do you know if there are plans to support moving the
pristines in future versions? (Or am I the only one bothered by
them? :-)

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