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Comment:Fixed typos reported by ticket [a3336458f6864db0404b6d45b144be0b17526fb0].
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SHA1: 03b53ca4ca2c51758b7e93cf77d4e94f623b0de8
User & Date: aku 2010-11-12 20:57:02
Original Comment: Fixed typos
References
2010-11-12
21:06 Closed ticket [a3336458]: typo in http://fossil-scm.org/index.html/doc/trunk/www/fossil-v-git.wiki plus 2 other changes artifact: 635df2f9 user: aku
Context
2010-11-12
21:51
Add the fossil_nameofexe() function to use in place of g.argv[0]. check-in: a04a6508 user: drh tags: trunk
20:57
Fixed typos reported by ticket [a3336458f6864db0404b6d45b144be0b17526fb0]. check-in: 03b53ca4 user: aku tags: trunk
16:37
Incorporate the "addremove" command (with edits) from the StvPrivateHook2 branch. check-in: ceab5371 user: drh tags: trunk
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<title>Fossil Versus Git</title>

<h2>1.0 Don't Stress!</h2>

If you start out using one DVCS and later decide you like the other better,
is is [./inout.wiki | easy to change].

But it also helps to be informed about the difference between 
[http://git-scm.com | Git] and Fossil.  See the table below for
a high-level summary and the text that follows for more details.

Keep in mind that you are reading this on a Fossil website, 
so the information here
might be biased in favor of Fossil.  Ask around with people who have
used both Fossil and Git for other opinions.





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<title>Fossil Versus Git</title>

<h2>1.0 Don't Stress!</h2>

If you start out using one DVCS and later decide you like the other better,
it is [./inout.wiki | easy to change].

But it also helps to be informed about the differences between 
[http://git-scm.com | Git] and Fossil.  See the table below for
a high-level summary and the text that follows for more details.

Keep in mind that you are reading this on a Fossil website, 
so the information here
might be biased in favor of Fossil.  Ask around with people who have
used both Fossil and Git for other opinions.