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Re: CVS (Re: Redefining GRUB_MOD_GAP in init.c)

From: Pavel Roskin
Subject: Re: CVS (Re: Redefining GRUB_MOD_GAP in init.c)
Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2008 16:35:14 -0500

On Tue, 2008-01-29 at 12:25 +0100, Marco Gerards wrote:
> Robert Millan <address@hidden> writes:
> [...]
> > I personaly think we should just ditch CVS, because CVS has these annoying
> > limitations, but not try to do something fancy.  SVN is the logical
> > evolution of CVS, so why not just do that.
> GNU Arch is supported already:
> It seems subversion is not officially supported yet:

Sorry for being late to the discussion.  Subversion is clearly superior
to CVS, but the difference between CVS and Subversion in terms of
project organization is insignificant, at least for a project like GRUB.

Considering that Subversion is not supported by Savannah, I think it's
not worth it to move the repository to another site just to use

A commit that moves a file from one place to another will be understood
by the converters as a move.

As for git, I made a mirror at git:// that is
updated by a cron job every 2 hours.   I make all my patches in my local
git repository.

git can import from Subversion too.

Pavel Roskin

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