What replaces csup?

Michael Sierchio kudzu at tenebras.com
Tue Sep 18 12:00:10 UTC 2012

We are really behind the curve here.  Git assumes (correctly) that
disk space is inexpensive, much cheaper per byte than network
bandwidth.  By the time we adopt SVN completely, every serious project
I know of will have moved from subversion to git. ;-)

- M

On Tue, Sep 18, 2012 at 12:33 AM, Stas Verberkt <legolas at legolasweb.nl> wrote:
> Warren Block schreef op :
>> The difference is that a local svn checkout has all the commit
>> history. A comparison recently showed 700-some megabytes more space
>> used by the svn checkout.
> Although I believe the checkouts are bigger, I do not think they have
> all the commit history. This is where SVN and CVS differ from systems
> like Git or Mercury, which have all the history in a local working
> copy. I think the overhead of SVN consists of backups and cached
> copies of the previous revision, but I am not quite sure.
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