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Re: [Xen-devel] NetBSD port and a couple of remarks

> We certainly had concerns when we embarked on using bk, but
> there's no denying that it's a damn good tool, considerably
> better than cvs/arch/subversion. Different people in the group
> have tried using both arch and subversion for other large
> projects, but the experience hasn't been good.

I don't know who on the list has tried Subversion, but I'd love to invite them 
to try the latest incarnation of it, as well as provide feedback about the 
experiences they've had.  Over the last 6 months, their have been serious 
speed improvements, and it's currently pushing for a 1.0 release (which looks 
to be happening towards the end of February).  I'm certainly not advocating 
that you guys give up the version control that you have right now, it appears 
that a choice has been made. :-)  But the Subversion community would love to 
hear how we could make the tool better, especially in the way of large 


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