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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Remove Bitkeeper documentation from Linux tree
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At 10:22 21/04/02, Jochen Friedrich wrote:
>Hi Larry,
>
> > Huh? BK requires no more net access than you require when submitting
> > a regular patch. You need to be connected to move the bits.
>
>Wrong. Many corporate firewalls allow email and http (both via proxy) and
>reject any other traffic. CVS and BK are both unusable in this
>environment.

Not wrong. BK works fine over http protocol. CVS is another matter which I
cannot comment on...

Best regards,

Anton


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