programming reddit: "Bazaar blows goats"
barry at canonical.com
Fri Dec 11 03:24:06 GMT 2009
On Dec 11, 2009, at 10:58 AM, Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
>OTOH, I wouldn't be surprised if the MacPorts integration is somehow hosed.
>I've found it to be a real haven for cargo-cult developers, thank heaven for
>the -k switch and the restartable install command!
>I also don't use Snow Leopard, which seems to be a great font of
>troubles for MacPorts.
I work on the Mailman 3 code under bzr 2.x on Ubuntu Karmic, OS X 10.5 and OS
X 10.6 (the latter two built from MacPorts). Admittedly, the Mailman 3 code
base is not huge, but I've had no real problems with interoperability,
reliability, or performance.
You can time things all you want, but I ask, is it so slow that it gets in the
way of the task at hand (writing software, fixing bugs, sharing code)? The
answer for me is "no". In fact, one of the best things about bzr for me is
that it stays out of my way until I need it, then it does what I want with
little or no complaint.
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