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Re: Subversion Newbie thoughts: Database Backend, SQL, and the style?

From: John <jsparrow_at_ecclescollege.ac.uk>
Date: 2005-07-15 14:35:41 CEST

Einar Indridason <einari <at> f-prot.com> writes:

> I'm basically asking about the SQL stuff, because this is an itch that
> I'd like to scratch... I'm not promising anything, but I would be
> interested in helping if I can.
> That is, if there is an interest in doing an SQL backend stuff?

I'd vote for a db-neutral approach, since the main reason for doing this is a
'comfort' benefit for IT managers. SVN doesn't really need an SQL backend (fsfs
rocks), but it would make a lot of people feel better if their repositories
could be stored in regular SQL Server / Oracle / etc db's. Something they
understand and feel comfortable with.

If it just supported a single platform like SQLite or MySQL I would stick with
fsfs. No point swapping for people like me.


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