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Re: [parted-devel] Re: Parted 2.0 plans

From: Otavio Salvador
Subject: Re: [parted-devel] Re: Parted 2.0 plans
Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 09:46:24 -0300
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"Leslie P. Polzer" <address@hidden> writes:

> Otavio Salvador wrote:
>> Anything is inferior to darcs regarting to merging capability.
> Yes.
>>  - git / cogito
> Those are the only ones I haven't checked out more closely, yet.
> Might be too complex for Parted.

If you're using cogito they are very simple.

>>  - bzr (bazaar-ng)
> IMHO too complicated.

Hey, no! very easy to use. So easy like darcs. Basically same commands
then Subversion.

>>  - darcs
> Well, I'm obviously for this one :)

Me too.

>>  - svn / svk
> I used this for distributed work, but it feels like a kludge and
> probably is.  Also, the dependencies of svk are horrible.

I agree.

>> Personally I prefer bzr, git or darcs. 
> The only alternatives that seem to be acceptable besides darcs
> are monotone and Mercurial.

I prefer to stay with darcs then ;-)

>> po4a is the way I found to allow people to translate the manpages and
>> gettext cannot do that.
> Alright, let's see whether we can get that po4a stuff into good shape
> (configure checks and the ability to turn it off is a must) for
> 1.8-final.

I'll try to check it.

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