Marc Lehmann schmorp at
Tue Aug 23 22:58:54 CEST 2011

On Tue, Aug 23, 2011 at 09:49:41PM +0200, Luca Barbato <lu_zero at> wrote:
> For a small project with few contributors you don't care much about
> switching from something that works for you since you don't have
> much to gain.

That is, of course, your highly subjective personal opinion.

> git is great when you have to manage lots of patches
> from a good number of people or if you are used to prepare your
> patchset locally and then push once you are happy with it.

Same thing - and I even disagree :)

> cvs (and the rest) is simply lacking those features (and niceties like
> git grep or git add -i).

And what would those features be? (No, I don't really want to know). All
you said is that you have a specific workflow - which might or might not
match what others do.

> So for all the project I start I use git because I like the features
> it provides beside being a good dvcs, for the project I use to
> contribute often I keep my work in git since it is easier for me to
> track it this way.

Thats great for you, but your git evangalism piece has of course nothing
to do with the points at hand, or libev, or this list...

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