I think by now any program that calls itself an RCS will offer morefeatures than the average programmer will ever need.

Which is why I had the luxury of making my choice based on petty concerns like a pretty client.

I also used GNU arch for a while, and while it was supposed to be superior based on some measure I didn't quite follow, it was much to difficult to actually use.

One cute trick I plan to try is to check in my entire home directory, so I can synchronise it on the different computers that I use. I like the idea of being able to recover documents after I have discovered that my improvements haven't.:)

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In reply to Re^3: What's your prefered revision control system? by jepri
in thread What's your prefered revision control system? by theonetwo

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