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SubjectRe: [opensource] Re: Petition Against Official Endorsement of BitKeeper by Linux Maintainers

The only problem I have with BK is it's slow on a Pentium 200Mhz, vs
CVS. ;/ Wish that would be fixed.

On Wed, 6 Mar 2002, Dave Jones wrote:

> On Tue, Mar 05, 2002 at 08:05:05PM -0500, Alexander Viro wrote:
>
> > BTW, bitkeeper doesn't solve the problems I have. Ditto for CVS. So I use
> > neither. FWIW, BK is closer to what I need. If it will ever get the things
> > I need right - I'll use it and damned if I'll hide that.
>
> Preach on brother Viro. Faced with the mammoth task of somehow
> syncing a 6MB diff with Linus, I decided it was time to devote
> an afternoon (which then turned into an evening) to seeing if
> bk can make this easier.
>
> There's nothing in bk that makes my life any more difficult, and
> potential for it to make it a *lot* easier. And Larry seems
> open to suggestions, dispelling the "its closed commercial blah" myth.
>
> Splitting bits up could become even easier soon if Larry and I figure
> out a way to implement some of my perverse ideas for bending csets
> into something more flexable than what they currently are.
>
> Syncing from Linus to my tree isn't difficult, its the splitting bits
> up to push his way that takes time. bk is halfway towards almost
> automating this for me. CVS and friends don't even get to the
> start line here.
>
> Hours of diff/grepdiff/filterdiff/vim, vs a few clicky clicky bits
> in bk citool.
>
> If you don't like the license, fine. Don't use it, but at least
> give everyone else the option of making up their own mind before
> you try to force _your_ opinion on others.
>
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> | SuSE Labs
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