On Fri, Jan 06, 2006 at 08:42:55PM +0900, Eivind Eklund wrote:
> 
> Note that for really large projects, Subversion (AFAIK) lack
> distribution infrastructure.  That's probably the primary reason *BSD
> is still with CVS - we distribute the repositories using cvsup. 
> There's also developer inertia, of course.  I notice that KDE has
> actually switched to Subversion, so it's obviously possible to use
> with a fairly large scale now.

That's why we have svk -- svn for large distributed projects.

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