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SubjectRe: Is the BitKeeper network protocol documented?
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David Schwartz <davids@webmaster.com> said:

[...]

> >So is shipping the source without a neuron dump of the programmer -
> >let's face
> >it, we've ALL looked at code and said "What WERE they thinking?",
> >and therefor
> >a neuron dump would be part of the *preferred* format.

> If the people who make most of the modifications have access to and
> use such a dump in the process of making modifications, then it would
> probably be part of the preferred form.

Hummm. _now_ I see the fundamental problem: The GPL isn't distributed with
a neuron dump of RMS so we can check what he meant by "preferred format".
Seems the GPL is being distributed illegally...

[Can we let this die, now? Pretty please?]
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