RCS: /etc and more
krstic at fas.harvard.edu
Fri Feb 10 13:49:53 UTC 2006
Filippo Spike Morelli wrote:
> but for what I read, and that might be the problem,
> bzr will keep changing fast for a "long" while.
With the recent work on branch formats by Rob Collins, future bzr
versions should have absolutely no trouble upgrading old branches. So if
we went ahead and versioned /etc with bzr 0.8 in Dapper, chances are,
the problems we're worried about would never occur. But we want to be
conservative and make sure by giving it an extra 6 months.
>>This is not a problem -- bzr will
>>likely be ready to take on this task in Dapper+1;
See above. It'll "likely" be ready even for Dapper, so Dapper+1 is a
rather solid bet.
> Probably I'm just missing some obvious
> piece of information like all the ubuntu devel done under bzr or similar, so
> it's natural to default to that.
bzr is a project of Canonical, and is used for both Ubuntu and Launchpad
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