Commit 8665a748 authored by Eric S. Raymond's avatar Eric S. Raymond

maintaining.texi: Suopport fo Arch has been moved to obolte.

Remove references that imply otherwise.
parent d81562f5
2014-12-08 Eric S. Raymond <esr@snark.thyrsus.com>
* maintaining.texi: Suopport fo Arch has been moved to obolte,
remove references that imply otherwise.
2014-11-29 Paul Eggert <eggert@cs.ucla.edu>
Lessen focus on ChangeLog files, as opposed to change log entries.
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......@@ -31,11 +31,11 @@ versions of a source file, storing information such as the creation
time of each version, who made it, and a description of what was
changed.
The Emacs version control interface is called @dfn{VC}@. VC commands
work with several different version control systems; currently, it
supports GNU Arch, Bazaar, CVS, Git, Mercurial, Monotone, RCS,
The Emacs version control interface is called @dfn{VC}@. VC
commands work with several different version control systems;
currently, it supports Bazaar, CVS, Git, Mercurial, Monotone, RCS,
SCCS/CSSC, and Subversion. Of these, the GNU project distributes CVS,
Arch, RCS, and Bazaar.
RCS, and Bazaar.
VC is enabled automatically whenever you visit a file governed by a
version control system. To disable VC entirely, set the customizable
......@@ -163,14 +163,6 @@ similar to CVS but without its problems (e.g., it supports atomic
commits of filesets, and versioning of directories, symbolic links,
meta-data, renames, copies, and deletes).
@cindex GNU Arch
@cindex Arch
@item
GNU Arch is one of the earliest @dfn{decentralized} version control
systems (the other being Monotone). @xref{VCS Concepts}, for a
description of decentralized version control systems. It is no longer
under active development, and has been deprecated in favor of Bazaar.
@cindex git
@item
Git is a decentralized version control system originally invented by
......@@ -280,8 +272,8 @@ number and severity of conflicts that actually occur.
SCCS always uses locking. RCS is lock-based by default but can be
told to operate in a merging style. CVS and Subversion are
merge-based by default but can be told to operate in a locking mode.
Decentralized version control systems, such as GNU Arch, Git, and
Mercurial, are exclusively merging-based.
Decentralized version control systems, such as Git and Mercurial, are
exclusively merging-based.
VC mode supports both locking and merging version control. The
terms ``commit'' and ``update'' are used in newer version control
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