[Twisted-Python] version control, QA, branching ...
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Sat Sep 14 11:33:30 EDT 2002
On Fri, Sep 13, 2002 at 06:11:18AM -0000, Moshe Zadka wrote:
> > * BitKeeper
> > http://www.bitkeeper.com/
> Not free software. This means the Twisted team would bet its fate on the fate
> of a single company.
Their license does contain that bit that if the OpenLogging servers
go down for half a year, all the code becomes GPL.
I dislike non-free software, but had to learn BitKeeper, and started
to use it for some of my projects. Now, I can honestly say
that with the exception of one single thing they are looking
at changing, it is _the_ best version control system ever.
> > * Arch
> > http://www.regexps.com/arch.html
> It's a mess of shell scripts and ftp crap.
You could actually replace the ftp usage reasonable easily;
I almost started work on that. You just need to implement
a few utilities to move files, ls dirs, etc. non-interactively
with e.g. ssh.
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