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SubjectRe: [ANNOUNCE] Darkstar Development Project
Larry McVoy wrote:
> That's a benefit [for BK] of having changesets, I only need to compare
> the ChangeSet file to know that 4 files were updated 2 were moved, and
> 5 were created, then I move those *portions* of those files across the
> wire.

What happens when I lose the ChangeSet file, or misplace it?

> Other than the initial repository create (aka cvs checkout), BK
> *never* moves an entire file across the wire. Never means never and
> includes the process of deciding what to do. CVS moves whole files
> just to discover there is nothing to do.

Yes, CVS over rsync is much better for that. IMHO the ideas underlying
the rsync protocol are most cool.

-- Jamie
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