+1 to git on windows. I haven't had any trouble with msysgit, and I've been using it for about the past month or two.

On Wed, May 21, 2008 at 9:11 AM, Marko KociŠ <marko.kocic@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I would advocate using Git for ECL development. I maintain a local Git
>> mirror of the CVS repository and it is certainly way more comfortable
>> than CVS alone.
>> git clone http://cthulhu.c3d2.de/~blitz/git/ecl/.git  (mirrored nightly
>> from public CVS repository)
>> Also gitweb is available for nice history browsing:
>> http://cthulhu.c3d2.de/~blitz/gitweb/?p=ecl/.git;a=summary
>> Maintaining a single public "official" Git repository on common-lisp.net
>> would certainly be a big advantage.
> On the other hand, if you don't want to exclude the Windows people and
> still want to have a central repository anyway, Subversion also
> eliminates the need for "repository replication" as CVS does. This
> means that the public read-only and public developer repositories are
> actually the same, giving new changes instantly to the non-committers
> crowd.

Git on windows is just fine. Check http://code.google.com/p/msysgit
I'm using it to maintain (yet another) own personal git ecl mirror.

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