[SM-Discuss] SCM perforce replacement
baux at sourcemage.org
Thu Mar 16 11:18:09 EST 2006
On 2006-03-16 16:51:04 +0100 neuron <vlmarek at volny.cz> wrote:
> I mean, the scm will be imo always centralized. Even if we use XXX
> (replace by your favorite truly de-centralized tool), where are we
> building the tarballs from ? Where is the place which will not let
> everyone to commit anywhere (we don't want to have random users commit
> into sorcery - as opposite to help from the real users which we want).
Using a 'truly de-centralized tool'(TM) doesn't mean that cannot
be a central (or better as suggested a hierarchial) repo.
Using a distribuited scm (like gnuarch or bzr or ...) in smgl we could
a hiearchy which adapt our needs.
We could have many central repository as teams (sorcery, grimoire,
iso, etc...). This repo are writeble only by grimoire leader (and may
This main repos are builded by appling patches (changesets)
from sub-projects maintainer (and sub-project maintainer can accept
patches from others and so on).
'sorcery team repo' 'grimoire team repo' '...'
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