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User & Date: stephan 2011-09-16 11:19:08
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2011-09-16
18:53
replaced two C++-style comments. check-in: 693ab93b user: stephan tags: trunk
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minor typo and wiki formatting fix. Added another external link. check-in: 9f5c40cb user: stephan tags: trunk
2011-09-15
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test_env command now requires g.perm.Admin or g.perm.Setup. Resolves ticket [2316d926e376aa]. check-in: 2d71977e user: stephan tags: trunk
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  *  [http://nixtu.blogspot.com/2010/03/fossil-dvcs-on-go-first-impressions.html |
     Fossil DVCS on the Go - First Impressions]
     by Juho Vepsäläinen.
  *  [http://blog.fupps.com/2010/12/04/exploring-the-fossil-dvcs |
     Exploring the Fossil DVCS] by Jan-Piet Mens.
  *  [http://blog.mired.org/2011/02/fossil-sweet-spot-in-vcs-space.html |
     Fossil - a sweet spot in the VCS space] by Mike Meyer.


<b>See Also:</b>

  *  [./quotes.wiki | Short Quotes on Fossil, Git, And DVCSes]

<b>Daniel writes on 2009-01-06:</b>

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pick the earlier changes, then figure out how to make my new branch 
shared instead of private. Just want to say thanks for fossil making my 
life easier on most of my projects, and being able to move commits to 
another branch after the fact and shared-by-default branches are good 
features. Also not having a misanthropic command line interface.
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<b>Stephen Beal writes on 2009-01-11:</b>

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Sometime in late 2007 I came across a link to fossil on 
<a href="http://www.sqlite.org/">sqlite.org</a>. It
was a good thing I bookmarked it, because I was never able to find the
link again (it might have been in a bug report or something). The
reasons I first took a close look at it were (A) it stemmed from the
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Firefox, or the Linux Kernel), but 99.9% of projects never reach
anywhere near that size or complexity.


In summary:

I remember my first reaction to fossil being, "this will be an
excellent solution for small projects [like the dozens we've all got
sitting on our hard drives but which don't justify the hassle of
version control]." A year of daily use in over 15 source trees has
confirmed that, and I continue to heartily recommend fossil to other
developers I know who also have their own collection of "unhosted" pet
projects.
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  *  [http://nixtu.blogspot.com/2010/03/fossil-dvcs-on-go-first-impressions.html |
     Fossil DVCS on the Go - First Impressions]
     by Juho Veps&#228;l&#228;inen.
  *  [http://blog.fupps.com/2010/12/04/exploring-the-fossil-dvcs |
     Exploring the Fossil DVCS] by Jan-Piet Mens.
  *  [http://blog.mired.org/2011/02/fossil-sweet-spot-in-vcs-space.html |
     Fossil - a sweet spot in the VCS space] by Mike Meyer.
  *  [http://blog.s11n.net/?p=72|Four reasons to take a closer look at the Fossil SCM] by Stephan Beal

<b>See Also:</b>

  *  [./quotes.wiki | Short Quotes on Fossil, Git, And DVCSes]

<b>Daniel writes on 2009-01-06:</b>

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pick the earlier changes, then figure out how to make my new branch 
shared instead of private. Just want to say thanks for fossil making my 
life easier on most of my projects, and being able to move commits to 
another branch after the fact and shared-by-default branches are good 
features. Also not having a misanthropic command line interface.
</blockquote>

<b>Stephan Beal writes on 2009-01-11:</b>

<blockquote>
Sometime in late 2007 I came across a link to fossil on 
<a href="http://www.sqlite.org/">sqlite.org</a>. It
was a good thing I bookmarked it, because I was never able to find the
link again (it might have been in a bug report or something). The
reasons I first took a close look at it were (A) it stemmed from the
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Firefox, or the Linux Kernel), but 99.9% of projects never reach
anywhere near that size or complexity.


In summary:

I remember my first reaction to fossil being, "this will be an
excellent solution for small projects (like the dozens we've all got
sitting on our hard drives but which don't justify the hassle of
version control)." A year of daily use in over 15 source trees has
confirmed that, and I continue to heartily recommend fossil to other
developers I know who also have their own collection of "unhosted" pet
projects.
</blockquote>