cvs commit: src/libexec/ftp-proxy ftp-proxy.c src/libexec/rexecd rexecd.c src/libexec/rlogind rlogind.c src/libexec/rshd rshd.c src/libexec/telnetd sys_term.c src/sbin/disklabel disklabel.c src/sbin/mount_portal activate.c src/usr.bin/rsh rsh.c .

Simon 'corecode' Schubert corecode at
Sat May 26 02:13:47 PDT 2007

Sepherosa Ziehau wrote:
Matt, I know that you are conservative regarding DragonFly's 
infrastructure, and I think this is the right way to do it.  However I 
think this doesn't mean that we have to stick to CVS forever.  If 
there is a tool which is more reliable than CVS *and*
How do you measure reliability?  I don't remember any other version
control system that serves open source community as long as CVS.
You can't take a automatic benchmark, of course.  But you could -- for example -- review code + development process and underlying data structures.  The nice thing about CVS is that basically everything is in plain text and available in separate files.

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