SCCS originated in 1972!?!? And here I was thinking that CVS was old and feeble...-Shades (August 23, 2019, 10:43 PM)
It does one thing well - on the limited set of supported platforms... version control is not necessarily a huge task.
Been taking a look at this 'Fossil'. Looks interesting enough and likely suffices for a one-man shop or a very small team (caveat: I
have been spoiled witham used to Jira). Thanks for that one, though.-Shades (August 23, 2019, 10:43 PM)
Jira is expensive, but it is my favorite bug tracking system indeed. I like it when I see projects using it, like Vivaldi does. However, I can't trust Atlassian anymore. (And I don't need most of Jira's features. My projects usually are "one-man-shows". )
I just finished installing RhodeCode on one of my machines, and importing all 40 of my Bitbucket repositories into it.
It wasn't very painful or hard to configure or anything.-Deozaan (August 24, 2019, 03:43 AM)
Gathered from looking at the website for a minute:
- Their website menu doesn't work well on Safari. Hard enough to find some information...
- The FreeBSD port is unmaintained.
- RhodeCode is based on Python 2 which will EOL soon. Python 2 also comes with a huge lot of dependencies.
Sure: It is bearable. But it would not beat Fossil... unless I'd absolutely want to stay with Mercurial. And the past few years have shown that it does not matter at all. People don't come to my projects anyway.