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GHC migrating to Git

From cvs-ghc@haskell.org:

Hi all,

We now plan to do the git switchover this Thursday, 31 March.

Thanks
Ian

There are some things that I will miss from Darcs (darcs send and the cases where "everything is a patch" actually does work well), but all and all I’m quite pleased to see GHC moving to Git.

4 Responses to “GHC migrating to Git”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Realworld Haskell :)

  2. Danno says:

    I wonder what Darcs would have been if Roundtree was a mathematician instead of a physicist…

  3. Eric Kow says:

    Git Interoperability is the one thing I’m most eager to see in Darcs now. I would love for us to bring the everything-is-a-patch UI simplicity to Git repositories. It may take us a while, but I think this is the long term target to shoot for, being able to use Darcs interchangeably with Git.

  4. Joe says:

    Out of curiosity, was Mercurial considered? If so, what has made it lose against git?

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