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And then came Git –
Back in July, I wrote a blog post on the Mercurial repositories I had set up to mirror some of the more interesting projects hosted at svn.ps2dev.org in the past. I actually enjoyed working with hg. I've used Bitbucket for over a year and it's really a good place for developers.
And then came Git.
What should I say? I became a Git addict. This great piece of software is superior to all version control systems I've used before. Mercurial is good but Git is better. Same goes for GitHub which makes collaboration much easier than Bitbucket.
Therefor (and because I'm a tech-savvy geek) I've been moving all of my projects to GitHub (https://github.com/misfire), and consequently also created a dedicated PS2DEV account to continue development of PS2SDK and all the other community projects (https://github.com/ps2dev).
If you like to see a particular PS2DEV project mirrored too, simply leave a comment here or drop me a message at GitHub.
And to you hg users: a few of the Bitbucket repositories are still there, but I won't update them anymore.
Originally posted at And then came Git « debug=on!
Last edited by misfire; 11-28-2010 at 07:00 PM.
Reason: Fix typo
thanks for that, looks like it's a few patches ahead of official defunct ps2dev svn.