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Published: Jun 01 2012 / 17:17

Over the past five years or so, a new class of SCM tools have been becoming more and more popular. Distributed version control systems (DVCS) don’t rely on central servers to store all the versions of a repository’s files. Because of the non-centralized architecture, developers are able to pull down the entire repository on their local machine. While this may be great, I often feel like there is a disconnect between what people view DVCS to be and why developers like it so much.
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