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SubjectRe: Why not an arch mirror for the kernel?
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Larry McVoy <lm@bitmover.com> writes:

>And why Arch and not subversion? Subversion has more people working on
>it, Collab has put a pile of money into it, it has the Apache guy working
>on it, and Arch has one guy with no money and a pile of shell scripts.
>Come on. There is nothing free in this life, if one guy and some hacking
>could solve this problem, it would have been solved long ago.

One of the most important reasons why packages like CVS, RCS (and SCCS
and I do intend the pun. ;-) ) don't die is C-x C-q and the vc package.

The fact that bk is SCCS compatible here is IMHO one of the really big
positive points.

Regards
Henning


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