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Re: Xdelta and CVS

From: Maarten de Boer
Subject: Re: Xdelta and CVS
Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2001 11:40:31 +0200

David Thornley wrote:
> CVS exists to allow concurrent development involving incremental
> changes to files.  Is this useful on the analysis data?

It is not concurrence what we need here, just revision tracking,
and yes, the analysis data is pretty incremental, and linearly
structured. What we mainly want is to compare older and newer
revisions of the analysis (auditive that is), and be able to
revert to an older version, and track where things get better
or worse. The analysis process is partly software partly human
perception, so there are quite a bunch of parameters. And ofcourse,
there is some relationship between the software revision and the
analysis data revision. But going into the details of our audio
analysis process would be way O.T. :-)

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