On Wed, 2005-09-14 13:37:50 +0100, Ralf Baechle <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 14, 2005 at 11:58:58AM +0200, Jan-Benedict Glaw wrote:
> > monotone
> > Is quite nice'n'easy to use for CVS users, you'll have quite a
> > fast start. The network sync protocol can be a bit lengthy at
> > a time, but it works. It's acceptable in speed, but not
> > exactly "fast". Written in C, code can easily be read and
> > hacked.
> Git has taken some ideas from Monotone.
Though monotone uses a (berkeley?) DB to store all objects...
> > arch
> > Arch can do almost everything; it's network sync protocol is
> > quite fast (can use several transports and will make use of
> > caches). However, it's not exactly easy to use because of it's
> > thousands of commands and it's project name conventions are,
> > um, ugly. It has very good merging capabilities, but it's
> > heavy use of local caches forces you to have loads of free HDD
> > space.
> Git is a huge diskspace consumer also unless repositories are converted.
> For example, the Linux kernel repository from CVS did inflate itself to
> over 4GB and over 340,000 files. After packing I got that down to like
> 170MB. Not bad compared to the some 770MB of RCS files it's using
> currently and < 11s checkout from git can't be wrong either ;-)
Well, Arch *may* cache any tree version you check out. So take a
source tree and check-out some 15 tree versions, you may end up with a
really *hugh* cache. You're free to delete it, though...
> > To get fixes/port updates/subsystem updates upstream to Linus, GIT is
> > the way[tm] to go, so we'd try to get familiar with it.
> The other accepted currency of the trade are still simple patches, see
ACK. But unless you've got the perfect Patch Queue Manager that'll
re-diff and re-send your patches automatically to Linus, you keep on
doing some manual work or at least starting your scripts ever and ever
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