> b) Filesystem support for SCM is really a flawed approach.
Agreed. I mean, how can you cleanly group changesets and
versions with a filesystem level "transparent" SCM ?
The goal of an SCM is to _manage_ versions and changesets,
if it doesn't do that we're back at CVS's "every file its
own versioning and to hell with manageability" ...
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