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Re: Subversion Release Candidate

From: Garance A Drosihn <drosih@xxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 4 Feb 2004 11:46:43 -0500

At 6:53 AM +0100 2/2/04, Jeroen Ruigrok/asmodai wrote:
-On [20040202 00:32], Garance A Drosihn (drosih@xxxxxxx) wrote:
 > For what it's worth, there is an effort underway to rewrite
 > the CVSup client in C.  In fact, there were TWO efforts
 > underway, one in C++ and one in C.  The C effort was farther
 > along, so I gave up on the C++ rewrite once I found out about
 > the other one.

CVSync has already been tested enough times by myself and
Hiroki-san that we think it is quite up to par with CVSup.
AllBSD.org has offered this service for over a year, if not
longer.  It is written in C.

I don't believe I had heard of CVSync before. And believe it or not, from your earlier message I was wondering if it was for CVS or Subversion...

You might wonder how I could POSSIBLY think something called
CVSync would have been for subversion.  I can only say that
it must have been the severe head-cold that I was fighting
this past weekend -- or perhaps the generous doses of Nyquil
that I was using to fight it...

CVSync is both a client and a daemon (cvsyncd). And BSDL'd.

Is it a drop-in replacement for CVSup? Or is it an alternate service? (Ie, do people need a CVSync server to use the CVSync client, or can they use a CVSup server with the client?)

Garance Alistair Drosehn            =   gad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Senior Systems Programmer           or  gad@xxxxxxxxxxx
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute    or  drosih@xxxxxxx

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