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- Subject: Re: Luapad
- From: Asko Kauppi <askok@...>
- Date: Fri, 19 Aug 2005 10:04:15 +0300
I would see the centralized repo as the way to go. Reason being, the
syncing 'master' needs to be up all the time, whereas in the
distributed scenario this is not necessarily so.
The WebDAV idea from Rici was a good one; that layer will anyhow be
wrapped so that the underlying machinery (I use Perforce, for
example :) wouldn't be visible. Could Google's 1gig net disk be used?
Jamie Webb kirjoitti 19.8.2005 kello 3.14:
On Fri, Aug 19, 2005 at 01:03:33AM +0300, Asko Kauppi wrote:
- save all files on svn or cvs server
- syncing happens from the pad to the server, not between pad & pc as
- multiple users automatically supported, just log in to another svn/
All sounds very interesting. One thing I would suggest though:
investigate truly decentralised version control systems, notably
Darcs, Monotone, and Git. It seems unfortunate in your described
design that all synchronisation would have to happen through a single
net-connected server. Why can't two 'pads' exchange their changes
directly via bluetooth, for example?
-- Jamie Webb