libcurl in version management

Already before, I've mentioned that libcurl is becoming popular within package management.

libcurllibcurl is a generic library for file transfers over a wide variety of protocols. Over the years, some of the recent ditributed version management softwares have learned about libcurl's powers and they now use it:

darcs - was born in 2003 and is written in Haskell. I'm under the impression these guys wrote their own binding layer to interface libcurl from Haskell.

git - possibly best known for being created by Linus Torvalds and being used by the Linux kernel project, is using libcurl for HTTP(S) accesses.

bazaar - is written in Python and accordingly uses the pycurl binding for libcurl.

Anyone know of other version control systems using libcurl?

Ironies here include that libcurl itself is still kept within a CVS respository, and also quite possibly that the first version management project I myself participated is Subversion and that not only has two different HTTP dependencies, but none of those two are libcurl (they are neon and serf)...

Update: it seems that Mercurial is also using pycurl as an optional dependency.