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On Mon, 17 Feb 2003, Jamie Lokier wrote:

> However, rsync from the repository is generally _much_ faster than CVS
> if you are tracking changes, so I (an impatient modem user) prefer rsync.

> So I vote for rsync read-only access to the actual SCCS-ish repository
> files that BK manages.

See ftp://nl.linux.org/pub/linux/bk2patch/

You can get BK trees (uncompressed SCCS) via rsync, as well as
patches from the latest tagged version to the head of the tree.

cheers,

Rik
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