[linux-elitists] Subversion is self-hosting
Tue Sep 18 09:18:52 PDT 2001
On Mon, Sep 17, 2001 at 02:54:44PM -0700, Rick Moen wrote:
> begin Aaron Sherman quotation:
> > They seem to be developing their own protocol. Fair, but one
> > of CVS's strengths was the encapsulation of its protocol over a
> > login session (e.g. rsh, ssh). This allowed CVS users to transition
> > from unencrypted to encrypted communication smoothly and with no
> > change in client software.
> I second Jeff's comment on this: CVS was essentiall designed for
> locally logged-in shell users. Even the ":ext:", ":pserver:", and
> ":gserver:" access methods were essentially tacked on. Subversion,
> in contrast, was designed with a client-server model in mind.
So, on my list of cons is: has it's own protocol
On your list of pros is: has it's own protocol.
I say TOW-MAY-TOW ;-)
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