December 15, 2007
Canonical releases version 1.0 of 'Bazaar' version control tool
Open-source projects often face the problem of keeping track of a project's code, while avoiding stifling developers' creativity. Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu Linux, claims it has a solution to that problem: Bazaar 1.0, its new version control system. Unlike most VCSs (version control systems), Bazaar is a distributed, rather than centralized, system.
Link: Linux Watch
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