[LLVMdev] moving to svn?
isanbard at gmail.com
Tue Nov 28 13:06:21 CST 2006
Perhaps someone could come up with a list of different versioning
software, list the pros and cons, and then we could vote? (Has anyone
mentioned Bitkeeper yet? :-)
On 11/28/06, Rafael Espíndola <rafael.espindola at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'm not sure if I just took HEAD or converted the whole llvm repo.
> > Personally, I like darcs for the atomic theory of patches. YMMV.
> I have used darcs to work with psi. It looks like a very clean design,
> but currently it is a very anemic implementation IMHO. I constantly
> find myself trying to find out how to do a relatively simple task.
> Git is fast and has a lot of features, but eats hard disk for lunch :-)
> In the end, I think that the best option now would be to move to svn.
> If we want to move to another SCM system latter on, the move should be
> much simpler then the cvs -> svn move.
> Another wonderful feature of svn: each commit generates a single email
> to llvm-commits :-)
> > Nonetheless, I track llvm's repo via tailor and I do keep the history as
> > it evolves. If I were permitted to run a webserver outside the corporate
> > firewall, I'd demonstrate a cvs-svn tailor-ized repo.
> > -scooter
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