Michael Böckling | 29 Sep 17:11 2005

Krysalis Version

Hi,

I have some questions regarding Krysalis version. I first found it in 
the Apache incubator area, and now I landed here. I'm sorry to cause any 
inconvenience, buzt I thought it would be best if I post the mail that I 
sent to ajack <at> apache.org, because this might be a more appropriate place:

Hello Adam,

I just stumbled upon the Depot Version project and was very excited 
about it, until I realized it failed incubation (which maybe should also 
be stated on the project homepage). Is project development continued 
somewhere else, or has a better alternative emerged? The tool could have 
been a valuable addition to our build-environment. Sorry to bug you with 
all those questions, but it was very close to what I was searching for.

Regards,
Michael Böckling

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Nicola Ken Barozzi | 30 Sep 15:57 2005
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Re: Krysalis Version

Michael Böckling wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I have some questions regarding Krysalis version. I first found it in
> the Apache incubator area, and now I landed here. I'm sorry to cause any
> inconvenience, buzt I thought it would be best if I post the mail that I
> sent to ajack <at> apache.org, because this might be a more appropriate place:

I am very sorry to say that the project is dead ATM.

> Hello Adam,
> 
> I just stumbled upon the Depot Version project and was very excited
> about it, until I realized it failed incubation (which maybe should also
> be stated on the project homepage). 

The project started here and then moved on to the Incubator. The code
was then again ported back here, but the community was lost.

> Is project development continued
> somewhere else, or has a better alternative emerged? The tool could have
> been a valuable addition to our build-environment. 

Not AFAIK.

But you are free to use the code and develop it further.

>Sorry to bug you with
> all those questions, but it was very close to what I was searching for.
> 
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