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- Subject: svn binding (Re: any public hosting for lua projects that use subversion?)
- From: Asko Kauppi <askok@...>
- Date: Sun, 19 Nov 2006 19:53:53 +0200
In fact, fsfs is almost recommended by the svn people; it just got
there later. Officially, the two storage back-ends are treated
equal, and more can come (but most likely won't?).
All in all, I will have a job position for anyone who favors cvs over
svn. But I hope, you don't. ;)
ps. To get back to Lua, I'm continuing the work on the svn API
binding. It won't be complete, but big enough for normal needs.
Kein-Hong Man kirjoitti 19.11.2006 kello 18.33:
Leo Razoumov wrote:
On 11/17/06, Asko Kauppi <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Just nag the LuaForge people, they do have in plans to open svn
I have to use (partly) cvs in my current project, and it beats me,
why Anyone any more would stick with that. Don't. :)
It's like pre-alpha svn, sorely missing essential features (s.a.
rename) that svn has for granted. Archaic. **shivers** ;) Perhaps
it's good for Perl coding.
CVS is inferior to SVN in almost all aspects except for one: CVS uses
human readable ASCII text files for storage while SVN uses binary
Given svn's delta method, the storage format is not meant to be
massaged by humans anyway. The svn interface and the library are
supposed to do all the work. Still, one does not have to use a db
file for an svn repository; I manage all my work on svn using fsfs.
Kein-Hong Man (esq.)
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia