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KDE "The KDE community today announces the start of the Calligra Suite project, a continuation of the KOffice project. The new name reflects the wider value of the KOffice technology platform beyond just desktop office applications. With a new name for the Suite and new names for the productivity applications, the Calligra community welcomes a new stage in the development of free productivity and creativity applications for desktop and mobile devices."
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RE[5]: Gut so!
by Carewolf on Wed 8th Dec 2010 10:09 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Gut so!"
Carewolf
Member since:
2005-09-08

Git is better at multiple branches, which helps when you have many developers each working on their "own thing".

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RE[6]: Gut so!
by Neolander on Wed 8th Dec 2010 10:41 in reply to "RE[5]: Gut so!"
Neolander Member since:
2010-03-08

Git is better at multiple branches, which helps when you have many developers each working on their "own thing".

Thanks ! In which way is Git better exactly ?

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RE[7]: Gut so!
by lemur2 on Wed 8th Dec 2010 11:13 in reply to "RE[6]: Gut so!"
lemur2 Member since:
2007-02-17

"Git is better at multiple branches, which helps when you have many developers each working on their "own thing".

Thanks ! In which way is Git better exactly ?
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Git was written by Linux Torvalds with the design aim to address specific needs of co-ordinating a large number of independent open source developers all doing their own thing.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Git_%28software%29

Torvalds had several design criteria:
- Take CVS as an example of what not to do;
- Support a distributed, BitKeeper-like workflow
- Very strong safeguards against corruption, either accidental or malicious
- Very high performance

Git's design is a synthesis of Torvalds's experience with Linux in maintaining a large distributed development project.

Git has:
- Strong support for non-linear development
- Distributed development
- Compatibility with existing systems/protocols
- Efficient handling of large projects
- Cryptographic authentication of history
- Toolkit-based design
- Pluggable merge strategies
- Periodic explicit object packing

Edited 2010-12-08 11:25 UTC

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