[Python-Dev] Python source code on Bazaar vcs
g.brandl at gmx.net
Sat Mar 22 10:50:51 CET 2008
Matthieu Brucher schrieb:
> Good, because between this now and pytz the other 63 projects I
> follow use
> Subversion or Mercurial.
> Bazaar seems to be mostly limited to Ubuntu users and stuff
> Canonical does,
> so the choice for a Bazaar setup next to Subversion strikes me a bit
> as odd.
> Mercurial is also Python, distributed and with a, as far as I (can)
> things, bigger market share than Bazaar.
> This is not quite true. One of the main bzr developers is a Windows guy,
> so the user base is/will be large, far larger than only Ubuntu. A lot of
> projects switched to bzr because of this. Honestly, I think that Hg and
> bzr fill the same need, but bzr developement at the moment is fantastic.
> For a still young product it is a good think (Hg is older).
> One additional good think is that there is a Sourceforge-like site that
> uses bzr ; launchpad.net <http://launchpad.net>. I don't know of
> something equivalent for Hg.
In any case, the reason for using a VCS should never be the market share,
but its advantages for development, e.g. speed, usability, community
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Four shall be the number of spaces thou shalt indent, and the number of thy
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