Changes between Version 40 and Version 41 of DarcsEvaluation


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Timestamp:
Jul 25, 2008 3:22:05 PM (6 years ago)
Author:
batterseapower
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More info on hg/bzr advantages/disadvantages

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  • DarcsEvaluation

    v40 v41  
    382382 * Similar problems with bisect support as Git 
    383383 * (Unknown: suitability of command set?) 
     384 * No rebase, though this is being added as part of the Summer of Code 
    384385 
    385386==== Darcs vs Mercurial Overview ==== 
     
    483484 
    484485 * Fairly fast 
    485  * Portable (as portable as python, anyhow) 
     486 * Allows checkout without any history 
     487 * Portable (as portable as python, anyhow), works on Windows 
    486488 * Merging works correctly based on closest-common-ancestor 
    487  * Tracking of renamed files / directories merges correctly 
     489 * Tracking of renamed files / directories merges correctly (better even than Mercurial) 
    488490 * Revisions form a DAG (more like a tree with merge-points) rather than patchsets 
    489491 * Supports convenient "centralised-style" commit-remote-by-default as well as "distributed-style" commit-local-by-default. Just 'bind' or 'unbind' your branch whenever you want. 
     
    494496 * Cherry-picking isn't very "native" to the data model. 
    495497 * UI is rather different from darcs (which current contributors are used to). 
     498 * No rebase 
    496499 
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