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Re: Subversion Release Candidate

From: Jeroen Ruigrok/asmodai <asmodai@xxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 4 Feb 2004 18:02:13 +0100

-On [20040204 17:52], Garance A Drosihn (drosih@xxxxxxx) wrote:
>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...

No problem.  I often had a lot of my share of, pardon the phrase,
'stupid moments' that when you look again and wait a minute longer it
becomes apparent.

>>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?)

You need a cvsyncd, doesn't replace cvsupd or communicate with it.  One
of the most neat things is that it will show you a list of all
repositories/collections it has to offer if you ask the remote server.

I prefer it over cvsup nowadays.

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