[Haskell-cafe] Darcs vs Git
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Sat Nov 14 19:43:09 UTC 2015
On Sat, Nov 14, 2015 at 07:28:27PM +0000, Geraldus wrote:
> Hi friends!
> I love Haskell very much. So, I'm very interested in using Darcs. Is
> there some documentation explaining diffrences between Darcs and Git. Is
> there something that makes Darcs more robust rathen that Git. Does Darcs
> have some Emacs support (something like `magit`)?
> And one other question. Currently, I have no collaborators and use Git
> majorly myself to have version control, e.g. to revert some bad code, to
> have a nice log with code diffs and comments, and etc. But in future I
> will need something like GitHub for collaboration, is there a good solution
> for Darcs' hub already?
Hello Geraldus, I am a happy darcs user. I enjoy its basic philosophy
much more than git one (patches vs. branches ); I do feel the
user experience to be much smoother, too.
There are darcs hosting services, one of them being darcs hub .
Or you can just upload the repository to your webspace and -presto-
you are ready. I work like this  alongside with some barebone
issue tracker  and I am pretty happy.
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