From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-04-26 00:57:03
Victor A. Wagner Jr. wrote:
> On the right hand side of http://www.cvsnt.com/cvspro/svn.htm
> there purports to be a comparison of svn and cvsnt
> is it badly out of date?
The problem with every comparison is that unless you specify *exactly*
what's compared, it's hard to make any decision. Speaking of the page
Efficient storage of binary files using binary deltas
This is plain wrong, Subversion uses binary deltas for all files since day
optional locking (reserved checkouts).
This feature will be in svn 1.2
I don't know what they mean. In svn 1.0 I can restrict access for any
substree to any set of users.
Set enforced protocols allow server to lock out clients connecting over
insecure protocols or using insecure/inefficient options.
Easily remove protocols (without recompile)
More sophisticated / extra triggers available e.g. postcommit. Triggers
also available via COM/DLL/.so interfaces
UTF-8 (Unicode) Server.
Those features are so obsure that I can't comment at all.
Multi Lingual filenames suport.
False. SVN holds all filesnames in UTF-8 internally and has no problems with
russian file names.
So, it looks like the comparison page is either out-of-date, or incorrect.
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