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pasky at suse.cz
Tue Oct 24 20:27:07 BST 2006
Dear diary, on Tue, Oct 24, 2006 at 08:25:53PM CEST, I got a letter
where Jakub Narebski <jnareb at gmail.com> said that...
> David Lang wrote:
> > 1. Centralized: all commits must go to one repository, connectivity
> > required to check-in
> Bazaar-NG "light checkouts" implements this. Git doesn't support this
> topology, and probably wouldn't.
> 1.5. Disconnected centralized. Like centralized, but you can work (perhaps
> limited to what you can do) even without connection to central server.
> Minimally you have to be able to commit changes locally, if central server
> is not available. Bzr "normal/heavyweight checkouts" are [roughly] abot
> this. Git "lazy clone" proposal is about similar thing; you can get git to
> support this model (although without space savings) with full
> clone + hooks.
Cogito can do it now out of the box, having support for cg-commit --push
and cg-update preserving uncommitted local changes.
Not that you probably should use it. ;-)
Petr "Pasky" Baudis
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