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Re: Distributed Development Environments

From: Mark D. Baushke
Subject: Re: Distributed Development Environments
Date: Wed, 26 May 2004 17:03:38 -0700

address@hidden writes:

> Thanks everyone for all the useful information. I've been doing some
> research on my side and I'd like to ask you if you know and have used
> a tool called BitKeeper ( It looks like it
> can take care of the replication part. Has anyone had any experience
> with it?

The BitKeeper license apparently does not allow me to use it for free
under Section 3:

        (d)  Notwithstanding any other terms in this License, this
             License is not available to You if  You  and/or  your
             employer  develop,  produce,  sell,  and/or  resell a
             product which contains substantially similar capabil-
             ities  of  the BitKeeper Software, or, in the reason-
             able opinion of BitMover, competes with the BitKeeper

so I do not have any personal experience with this particular program.


for what other folks have written about it.

There are ways to use cvs in a distributed environment, but they many
not meet all of your needs. If cvs is not the right tool, there are many
out there that are available. 

Note: it does seem kind of odd to ask a the address@hidden mailing
list (a list run by the GNU organization that promotes Free Software)
for information on a closed source product...

        -- Mark

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