Re: [OT] revision control: git vs mercurial as replacement for bzr
Johannes Wiedersich wrote:
> [I don't want to start a flame; just to investigate which application is
> best for my particular purpose. No offence intended to anyone.]
Almost impossible in a public forum.
You might want to look at this reference which compares features.
This is a quite dated now article but still interesting read:
> I am slightly leaning towards mercurial, because it is available for
> potential collaborators with MS's OS. Most of all however, I want the
> tool that is powerful and efficient (both usage, time and space).
I use Git daily and find it to be quite a good performer. It is very
fast. For most of the strange corner case behaviors it seems to get
more of them Right(TM) than other systems. YMMV.