No tthat I had anything against it, but the Linux devs saw fit to give it the boot.
Linux apparently concocted his own tool he calls "git".
Linus Torvalds released a new version of the Linux kernel last night. It's the 2.6.12rc3 release. What's unusual about it is that it was not prepared with BitKeeper, the source management tool he has been using the past three years. As has been widely reported, BitKeeper and the kernel are coming to a parting of the ways. Torvalds has, in the meantime, handcrafted his own tool -- called git -- which he used to prepare this release.