Updates to work flow descriptions for GIT
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Tue Jul 3 23:42:51 GMT 2007
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> Thank you, I am starting to see the light.
> I ahve to say that mercurial looks more natural (coming
> from cvs/svn/bzr basic knowledge), but git does not seem
> too bad once you start using it either.
Yeah but cvs and svn suck :-)
I'm still planning on looking at Mercurial so we can
make an informed decision if/when we decide to move to
a DVCS. But my motivation is a bit low on it right now.
Maybe next week. Tomorrow is a holiday in the US
and the rest of the week is already committed to other
My criteria is:
a) Importing the existing svn history. I'm also looking at
if it is possible to import the original cvs history
as well. I've heard that this has been done (cvs+svn import)
b) The DVCS should enable development (including patch
submission) and not hinder it. This include performance
and usability (probability in that order or importance).
People can learn tools but really bad performance can be
too hard to tolerate.
c) Good merging between branches and remote repositories
and maintaining history
d) Easy local branching
e) Low overhead publishing of private branches
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