A proposed Subversion vision and roadmap
Posted Apr 4, 2010 15:28 UTC (Sun) by drag
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I have had zero experencies with source code control and I found Git much easier to use then
anything else. I've tried SVN and CVS in the past, but they were just too difficult.
git add .
git commit -a
boom, boom, and boom. Done.
I don't have to worry about renaming stuff, moving files around, moving directories around,
deleting files, deleting directories, etc etc.. There is very little with git that prevents me from
using a git repo as any other directory.
The only major problem I keep seeing people having with git is the lack of central repository.
It's very easy to have a central repository with git though... you just setup a repo, call it 'The
Central Repository' in your mind and just commit and pull to it and never use it directly.
The biggest problems I've had with Git involved pushing from one repository to another that
have been seperated for a long time. Having a 'central' git repo that is push/pull only solves
that for me.
I still use the 'distributed' stuff since I will commit dozens a time a day while working online or
offline, or behind firewalls, and on multiple disconnected machines.
Hell, I would not mind running a commit every time I do ":wq" on a vim session.
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