Download of the day: Bazaar Distributed Version Control System

Canonical Ltd the creator of Ubuntu Linux has released a new software called Bazaar. It is a distributed version control system available under the GPL that reduces barriers to participation in your project. If you can run Python 2.4, then you can run Bazaar.

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There are many really good VCS tools such as Subversion and Git. Bazaar is a decentralized revision control system. Revision control involves keeping track of changes in software source code or similar information, and helping people work on it in teams.Bazaar features
=> Reliable
=> Ease of use
=> Portable software (Works on *nix / Windows)
=> Flexible
=> GPL Code
=> Good performance
=> Safe with your data etc

The program is simple to deploy. It doesn’t require a dedicated server. Any Web server that includes ftp will work as a Bazaar server. Canonical also states that because developers can commit their code locally whenever they want, they’re less dependent on the central code base.

Download Bazaar VCS

=> Visit project home page to download Bazaar Distributed Version Control Software

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