Bazaar as interface to Subversion repositories
bignose+hates-spam at benfinney.id.au
Sat Nov 1 07:52:34 GMT 2008
Russel Winder <russel.winder at concertant.com> writes:
> bzr-svn was originally for storing Bazaar branches in a Subversion
Unless I completely misunderstand one of you, this is contradicted by
Jelmer's assertions here:
Jelmer Vernooij <jelmer at samba.org> writes:
> bzr-svn was specifically designed to allow use as a client to
> Subversion repositories.
> The point about bzr-svn really is about interoperability - working
> together on the same repository that's also checked out by svn
> clients, svk clients and git-svn clients.
Am I the only one who sees these assertions about the design intent of
‘bzr-svn’ as conflicting?
Certainly Russel's *description* matches my experience and would
explain the evident behaviour of the plug-in. Yet Jelmer seems to be
saying Russel's description is not true.
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