All these tests are done only once with some mostly constant load, so they don't qualify as scientific tests, but they give a good impression of the differences between Bazaar (bzr) and Mercurial (hg).
- Bazaar 1.10
- Mercurial 1.1
This comparision should be fair since Bazaar 1.10 is more recent, but Mercurial 1.1 is a major release.
I just did a test with the provided Python 2.x repos from the DVCS PEP for Python to check the performance of Bazaar and Mercurial.
(this is a slightly changed version of a mail posted to the mercurial list: http://selenic.com/pipermail/mercurial/2008-November/022199.html )
All these tests are done only once with some mostly constant load, so they don't qualitfy as scientific tests, but they give a good impressing of the differences between Bazaar (bzr) and Mercurial (hg).
- Bazaar 1.5
- Mercurial 1.0.2
These are the ones which are marked as stable in my Gentoo tree (amd64).
|Es gibt inzwischen einige schöne Vergleiche von verschiedenen verteilten Versionsverwaltungssystemen im Netz, und da ich sie sowieso lese, habe ich hier jetzt eine Linkliste erstellt.||There is now a nice collection of comparisions between distributed version tracking systems, and since I read them anyway, I decided to create a list of links.|
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