Git really is not that complicated to use. I am quite happily using it and I never really figured
out how to use svn or cvs with any sort of competency. It actually seems quite easy to me to
Like I don't have to give a crap about directory names, renaming files, or moving stuff around.
It 'just works' with git and I don't have to think about it. Plus being very fast means that I can
use it as often as I'd like and it does not interfer with my work or slow me down.
I do think though with the advent of Git it did make non-distributed ways to manage code
obsolete. Although in practice established orginizational proceedures will keep things like SVN
limping along for probably decades.
I am interested in things like Hg, though.
I am interested in using a distributed way to manage my desktop directory and Git is not
really useful for that. It chokes on large files and binary files... If something like Hg can handle
that better then that would be very cool.