||The New Breed of Version Control Systems|
|Subject:||Re: Familiarity Wins the Day|
Response to: Familiarity Wins the Day
Here, I disagree. Using a sub-standard version control system (or any such development tool, for that matter) will cost a development team a lot of lost time, money and frustration. Teaching workers to use something else takes a constant time, and afterwards everything works faster, they feel less frustrated, and you save more money. CVS is a sub-standard version control system, and most of the other VCSes I mentioned tried to be as similar to it as possible, so people can still use the old conceptual model, and retain some of their habits.
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