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Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2013 01:01:31 +0100
From: Kai-Martin Knaak <kmk AT familieknaak DOT de>
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Subject: Re: [geda-user] geda-skeleton-project: Lowering the cost of a
starting a gEDA project
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Peter Stuge <peter AT stuge DOT se> schrieb am 15. January 2013:

> You are absolutely right that migration in and out of a given system
> are critical requirements for longevity.
>=20
> I'm thinking about how well the git data model fits orange. So far it
> seems really good.

I can only judge in two widely used version control systems: git and CVS.
My experience with them is mostly opposite. The more I know of CVS, the
more missing features I find. And there are "features" I would rather
live without, too. =20
By contrast, every time I wish git had something, it happens to be
already in place -- just unknown to me. Documentation by the project and
by third party authors is excellent. The intimate relation to the
development of the linux kernel virtually guarantees performance and
makes the project as future proof as it gets.

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Kai-Martin Knaak

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