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SubjectRe: kernel.bkbits.net off the air
On Fri, Nov 14, 2003 at 08:35:33AM -0800, Davide Libenzi wrote:
> On Fri, 14 Nov 2003, Larry McVoy wrote:
>
> > One of us is not getting it, maybe it's me. To build something like
> > you describe is pretty easy IF AND ONLY IF all you are asking for is an
> > update mechanism. As soon as you want revision history, diffs, rollbacks,
> > modifiable files, etc., you have to go to real BK. Is that OK? All you
>
> Spec for bk-lite:
>
> 1) Binary with "no worky on other SCM" kinda license
> 2) update+history+diff (no rollbacks, no modifiable files, no etc...)
>
> In that way all current users of bk2cvs, bk2svn, bk2xxx can simply do a
> pull from a bk repo and have they own scripts on their local machine to do
> their bk2xxx. It will be a lower headache for you and for kernel.org
> maintainers. Is it feasible ?

update, yes. history, no, use bk/web. diffs, no, use bk/web or bk. building
it is certainly possible and you could do it yourself. We already built the
cvs exporter which is a lot nicer than what you are asking for and building
another thing for another 6 users seems pointless. If you want to pay for the
engineering then contact me offline.
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