[Yum-devel] [Patch] Resolver Performance and Correctness

James Antill jantill at redhat.com
Wed Jun 6 18:58:50 UTC 2007

On Wed, 2007-06-06 at 10:57 -0400, seth vidal wrote:

> I'll say what I've continued to say:
>  Which one is going to be the 'winner' git or hg? I've looked at both
> and for yum's purposes they appear to be indistinguishable.
> So, what's the preference these days? Are the cool kids using git or hg?
> I'm going to go read the cvs->$scm docs and see which annoys me the
> least.

 For what it's worth I recently moved my personal development from Arch
to GIT, mainly because it seemed obvious to me that it was going to win
the SCM war. Another factor was that GIT has Tk, Qt and gtk+ history
viewers available for it in Fedora.
 I was also pleasantly surprised about how much nicer/faster it was than

 Saying all that ... having mercurial instead of CVS would still be a
significant upgrade, IMO.

James Antill <jantill at redhat.com>
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