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Fossil is a distributed version control system.


Git is an open-source distributed version control system (DVCS)



From the article the article sounds like fossil isn t a database any more than git is a database

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Is SQL the ''assembler'' of the NoSQL database world?

Fossil is another one that s easy to use i would say easier than git to learn but it uses an sqlite file to store your code and i m not sure if it scales to really big projects

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Personal version control system to recommend

And another lesser-visible system using real database fossil doesn t have stellar performance pdf either;git started as a minimal set of tools implementing a versioned file system and its author linus torvalds originally envisioned that a full-blown vcs will be a tool based on git

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Why git and mercurial dont use database?

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