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SubjectRe: Kernel SCM: When does CVS fall down where it REALLY matters?
Only doing a given merge once is great.  That's a big time-saver over the
long term.

} 1) working merges
}
} 2) atomic checkins of entire patches, fast tags
}
} 3) graphical 2-way merging tool like bitkeeper has
} (this might not seem essential to people who have
} never used it, but it has saved me many many hours)
}
} 4) distributed repositories
}
} 5) ability to exchange changesets by email
}
} regards,
}
} Rik
} --
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}
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