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SubjectRe: [ANNOUNCE] BK->CVS (real time mirror)

On Sun, 16 Mar 2003, Nicolas Pitre wrote:

> > The missing bits are absolutely not worthless. They are very useful when
> > you want to test other SCM system to simulate distributed development.
> This is completely ridiculous. Isn't this a bit too demanding?

Not really, it's actually more simple to what Larry is currently offering.
A simply SCCS to RCS converter would be enough. Merging information is
easy to add as well. If you now also add a sequence number is quite simple
to modify a CVS server which can export the data reliably.

> Be realistic. The missing bits are worthless and add absolutely no value to
> kernel development which is supposed to be the topic for this mailing list.

If you want to test an alternative system to see whether it's usable for
kernel development, what better data is there? How could you compare it
against bk?

bye, Roman

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