Dolphin with trashcan is very effective :=]
mizpeL of bazaar.
Aye, can't edit it alas
How come? No Rational ClearCase?
Never heard of it
For distributed source code development, Git and Bazaar might be superior.
But for custom server-based backup/revisioning of files, Subversion is still the most suitable.
What can Subversion do that Bazaar can not? Bazaar can work locally, with a checkout/commit system or fully distributed so it should be able to cover whatever scenario you have in mind.
Ok, I only know a little about Bazaar, so I might be wrong.
The kind of features I meant are the ability to have a "1 central server, multiple clients" setup where the full repository history is only hosted on the server, and the clients can (efficiently) check out and commit arbitrary revisions - not only of the whole repository, but also of individual files or specific folder sub-trees.
Git is inherently not suitable for this kind of use-case, I guessed bazaar wasn't either.
The very best option is missing, Github. It's such a good and complete solution it deserves it's own listing.
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