Upcoming memcached releases + rambling.
tobias.luetke at gmail.com
Sat Feb 9 17:15:40 UTC 2008
Git does have that same capability. I have seen a lot of initial
support for mercurial but i'm seeing a increased amount of mercurial
-> git movement in the last months as well. Git now ships with a
hg2git converter in its contrib directory for this reason.
On Feb 9, 2008 11:16 AM, Brian Aker <brian at tangent.org> wrote:
> On Feb 9, 2008, at 12:28 AM, dormando wrote:
> > Mercurial does appear to work better with pushing things around, while
> > git is primarily pull oriented. I don't mind the loss there, pushing
> > between distributed repos is kinda crazy. Or maybe I just haven't used
> > hg enough.
> This is what is really working well for me with Mercurial. I dropped
> hgweb into a directory and then as I want to add users I just update
> an htpasswd generated file. No fuss what so ever. We all push into the
> same repository. As far as sharing changes go I like that I can push a
> branch into the main repository and share that branch, without any
> average committer/puller seeing that (well by default... its not
> I am sure git has much of this as well though.
> Brian "Krow" Aker, brian at tangent.org
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