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Re: open source bitkeeper

From: jennyw
Subject: Re: open source bitkeeper
Date: Mon, 9 Dec 2002 20:53:36 -0800
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He meant proprietary. BitKeeper is a distributed CM tool from BitMover.
Check out their Web site for more info:  It's free
for Open Source projects (it enforces the open source nature by making
the repositories public), but it costs for commercial uses.  I believe
that many of the BitKeeper folks were kernel hackers, although that
might just be an unfounded rumor I'm repeating.


On Mon, Dec 09, 2002 at 10:17:39AM -0000, mehul  choube wrote:
> what is propritory bitkeeper?
> On Mon, 09 Dec 2002 ujjwal wrote :
> >HI,
> >    Few days back there was a large debate as  the linux code is 
> >maintained on a
> >propritory bitkeeper.And Linus mention the need of the opne 
> >source software which
> >has the additional features of the bitkeeper over the CVS.
> >I want to know whether there are ongoing efforts for the same.
> >Our team is looking forward to work on this.
> >I want to know the remarks and suggestions.
> >
> >Regards,
> >Ujjwal
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