[RFC] how to correctly translate "checkout"?

Alexander Belchenko bialix at ukr.net
Fri May 11 12:26:37 BST 2007


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Matthieu Moy пишет:
> Robert Collins <robertc at robertcollins.net> writes:
> 
>>> SVN book in Russian translations call checkouts as "working copy".
>>> It's very far from bzr checkouts. I understand what is checkout in
>>> bzr, because I use them a lot, but I have a troubles to articulate
>>> this term in Russian.
>> I think a working copy is a pretty good description.
> 
> I think it is.
> 
> "light checkouts" in bzr are really the equivalent of svn's checkout.
> The set of files you're working on, plus the minimal meta-data.

I understand this. And I think
'bzr lightweight checkouts' == 'svn checkouts' aka 'working copy'

But I stumble over 'heavyweight checkout' term. Especially in Olive
commit dialog that has option 'Local commit'. This option has sense
only in case heavyweight checkouts. I don't think that call them
also 'working copies' is good. Or I'm wrong?

> 
> "heavyweight checkout", although very different in the implementation,
> are not far from this in the user-interface. If you see the local
> .bzr/{branch,repository} as a cache of the remote equivalent, the
> use-cases are the same.
> 

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