Zed A. Shaw wrote:
> Hi All,
> 
> Just a quick announcement for a very alpha version of a revision control
> tool I've been tinkering with for a while:
> 
> http://www.zedshaw.com/projects/fastcst/index.html
> 
> The important things to note are:
> 
>  * There's full GPL licensed source or you can download a single script
> to play with (thanks to tar2rubyscript).
>  * You can create full changesets between two directories with
> differences and apply them.
>  * You can make a delta between two files and apply it.
>  * Making a changeset between linux-2.4.29 and linux-2.6.10 takes about
> 5 minutes on my computer, and applying takes about 2 minutes.  This
> changest is about 22MB in size.
>  * There's a Suffix Array C extension with searching features.
>  * The delta algorithm uses a suffix array to find "matching" and
> "non-matching" regions and makes a simple delta file from it.
> 
> It's currently very rough, but I'd appreciate any feedback you can give
> me.  Particularly pertaining to things related to "the Ruby way" of
> doing things.

Great, great, great! ;-)

I came across your page a few weeks ago and read also about FastCST. It 
looked interesting.
As it's now Ruby, I'll take a second look ;-)

Regards,

   Michael