Eric Raymond started a study for this specific matter recently (announced here : Everything is under source control here :


On Fri, Mar 21, 2008 at 11:17 PM, <> wrote:
With all these distributed revision control systems now available (bzr, hg,
darcs, svk, many more), I find I need an introduction to the concepts and
advantages of repository distribution.  It seems to me that it has the
potential for leading to anarchy, though I can see how some things would be
improved (working offline, maintaining local patches).  It's not obvious how
I push changes back upstream.  Can someone point me to some useful content
(web pages or books) which will help me wrap my brain around the ideas?
Maybe a compare/contrast of the major players?



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