So many repo formats
kreijack at tiscalinet.it
Thu Nov 20 21:22:13 GMT 2008
On Wednesday 19 November 2008, Alexander Belchenko wrote:
> Colin D Bennett пишет:
> I understand there could be some specific issues, but what's wrong with this
> approach in general? I mean having some lingua franca for different repo
> formats. Even if it slow lingua? One-time conversion is not very often
> operation, is it?
I disagree. The problem is not the "One-time conversion", ma all the
operations between different repo formats.
If there are two or three version of repository, you have to care to every
operation (pull, merge, push) between all version:
User A (repo ver 1) pull from user B (repo ver 2)....
User C (repo ver 3) merge from user A (repo ver 1), and push to user B (repo
More versions exist, more people use bazaar... more combinations exist.
There is no gain in a fastest format, which is slow when interacts with the
the other formats...
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