Website design : what to use ?
zindar at gmail.com
Wed Mar 2 15:02:02 UTC 2005
On Wed, 2 Mar 2005 12:52:03 +0000, Eamonn Sullivan
<eamonn.sullivan at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 02 Mar 2005 13:18:31 +0100, Oliver Grawert
> <hostmaster at grawert.net> wrote:
> > oh, and nobody likes bazaar ?
> > http://bazaar.canonical.com/
> I've not tried bazaar, nor Gnu Arch. I use subversion only because I
> do small, python (lately) projects, with myself or at most one other
> person. The biggest project I'm working on does historical analysis on
> stocks, currencies and indexes using wxPython (biggest up/down since,
> highest/lowest price since, etc). Since the data is only accessible
> via COM, it is deployed purely on Windows (for about 30 editors and
> reporters). (In fact 99 percent of the app runs anywhere, so I can do
> UI development on Linux.) More typical of my projects is a short
> replacement for Unix's mail on Windows so that I can email the output
> of scheduled commands to myself (like cron does).
> For what I do, svn is light years ahead of cvs. Once bazaar can be
> easily deployed cross-platform, maybe I'll be similarly blown away. I
> see Windows deployment on the short-term goals on the Web site. I'll
> definitely try it then.
This is getting off topic.. but anyway.
I find svn to be close to cvs, just somewhat better. Still misses many
of the most important feature that darcs and arch (tla or bazaar) has.
I find bazaar and tla, both to be close to unusable due to not being
simple to use. Darcs does SOO much better and has a very small
learning curve. bazaar-ng is in development and is what I'm looking
forwards to most. It's a totally different thing than bazaar. Ohh..
and it's cross platform also ... ohh.. and written in python :)
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