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Re: [Tinycc-devel] SCMs on Savannah: CVS, SVN, git

From: Harri Haataja
Subject: Re: [Tinycc-devel] SCMs on Savannah: CVS, SVN, git
Date: Fri, 9 Mar 2007 08:07:40 +0200

On 26/02/07, address@hidden
<address@hidden> wrote:
Rob, I appreciate the work you've done and encourage you continue in
whatever environment is most productive for you.

Distributed source control is indeed one of those steps where you'll
never want to go back. Personally I much prefer darcs, but agree on
letting people who will really use the tools pick the tools. It's a
shame if there's an organization limiting the use of something.

Apart from browsing the source and versions (patches) via cgi's, darcs
at least shouldn't require any server support, I think. I don't know
about the others. If you have a copy of the repository, you have a
working fork and you can generate patches that can be fed to another

I wish someone continues to make tcc useful. I would very much like to
see it in many places. There aren't that many alternatives for C
compilers and gcc (and esp glibc) are humongous. If only some
simplicity and cleanness can be maintained. If the idea is to start
expanding tcc, maybe it would be better off forked to keep the "tiny"
branch and a more full featured different approach separate.

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apologise for any failure in my part in trying to make it do the right
thing with post formatting.

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