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Re: arch, svn, cvs

also sprach Martin Langhoff <martin.langhoff@gmail.com> [2005.08.30.1404 +0200]:
> But I'm leaving the Arch (tla/baz/bzr) boat too - patch-oriented SCMs
> were fun, but very disappointing. There is a central design flaw in
> pure patch tracking, and neither Arch nor DARCS do anything about it:
> no matter how much you track patches merged, you need to be able to
> identify convergence. GIT does this so well by being
> identity-oriented, that you can do a ton of patch trading on top (via
> email, StGIT, quilt, whatever) and things still make sense after
> merging and remerging ad infinitum.

How does git aide you in identifying the differences in changes
between two trees?

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