On 6/30/05, Nikolai Weibull
<mailing-lists.ruby-core / rawuncut.elitemail.org> wrote:
> Austin Ziegler wrote:
> > On 6/30/05, Nikolai Weibull
> > <mailing-lists.ruby-core / rawuncut.elitemail.org> wrote:
> > > While we're at it, why not look at better alternatives to CVS than
> > > Subversion, which is basically any other SCM (other than CVS).  Bazaar
> > > (http://bazaar.canonical.com/) has many positive properties over
> > > Subversion, for one,
> > Don't see them. I'm not much for disconnected versioning systems; I
> > *do* prefer the Perforce, ClearCase, CVS, and SVN model. Not only
> > that, Bazaar doesn't yet run on my chosen platform.
> You can still use Bazaar as a centralized SCM and there's a Cygwin port
> as far as I know (if that's your chosen platform).

Cygwin is not an answer. Ever.

Sorry, but that's a lazy answer. If there's not a native port to a
chosen platform, then the platform is unsupported.

> I don't see how anyone can prefer the centralized model either.  The
> decentralized/disconnected model is a superset of the centralized,
> right?,

Mmmm. Sometimes, maybe. But it works differently.

-austin
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