Per Erik Strandberg /cv /kurser /blog

Bazaar (or bzr) is a version control system just like subversion (or svn) and Concurrent Versioning System (cvs). See f.x. Trac Plus Subversion for a first glimpse of what a version control system can do. Bazaar is however different from both svn and cvs in some senses. First of all it is a distributed system - meaning that it does not rely of a server for it to work. Canonical, the company behind Bazaar (the same ones are also behind the very famous and successful Ubuntu Distro project) sees one server as a single point of failure.

Some propaganda from their homepage:

"Bazaar is a distributed version control system available under the GPL that reduces barriers to participation in your project. Our priorities are:

Bazaar lives here: [1]

A screenshot of bzr running in windows via cygwin:

See also Dagbok 20071208
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