[antlr-interest] Petition to Terence Parr! WAS: Re: antlr 3 - make parser event driven ?

John D. Mitchell johnm-antlr at non.net
Fri Aug 29 13:22:26 PDT 2003

>>>>> "M" == M M <Tiller> writes:

> I've been anxiously been awaiting subversion, but I cannot risk our code
> to something that hasn't had much testing (which is a chicken&egg
> problem).  I did speak with someone who has been using it for a while and
> they haven't had any problems.

While subversion may eventually get to the point where it's safe to use for
production, I'm not holding my breath for it.

The open-source SCM system that I'm most interested in is OpenCM.org.  It's
being headed up by Jonathan Shapiro of the EROS capability-based operating
system fame.  Alas, development is moving slowly given their workload.

> We currently use CVS and it hasn't let me down yet.  But, having a free
> version control system with intelligent, atomic merging would be a big
> step forward!

FWIW, Perforce makes their server available for free to anyone.  The only
limitation being that it will only support two users and two clients.
I used that for years for my own, personal development work at home.

Take care,


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