[U-Boot-Users] Revision COntrol, Patch Database

llandre r&d2 at dave-tech.it
Fri Jan 21 18:42:52 CET 2005

>>>The obvious answer (but not necessarily the correct answer :-) is gforge
>>>   http://gforge.org/
>>>It says it can use subversion for version control as well as cvs.  That 
>>>doesn't get you your distributed repository, however it does make it an 
>>>easier switch.
>>Subversion is nice, but distributed repositories are essential to me.
>>Best regards,
>>Wolfgang Denk
>Another possibility is Aegis by Peter Miller
>   http://gd.tuwien.ac.at/softeng/Aegis/README.html
>   http://aegis.sourceforge.net/
>I have not used it, but have looked it over several times.  It looks 
>intriguing.  It also looks rather more heavyweight than arch.
>I was looking at arch a bit, thinking it should be usable with gforge. A 
>quick google search showed others thought the same thing, including a big 
>thread pointed to in the article "Arch and XMLRPC and BugZilla, posted 8 
>Aug 2003" (getting pretty old):
>   http://www.advogato.org/article/694.html
>but the links to the discussions are dead.  It also isn't clear what the 
>discussion was (since it is MIA), whether it was gforge or gsoap or 
>bugzilla or ???

I found this interesting comparison:


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