Subversion, and moving mousepad in?
Brian J. Tarricone
bjt23 at cornell.edu
Sat Mar 5 02:40:50 CET 2005
Auke Kok wrote:
> Brian J. Tarricone wrote:
>>>>> * Ability to branch/tag some modules without touching the others.
>>>>> Related to this, the ability to tag/branch a series of modules
>>>>> (e.g., Xfce core) without having to issue a dozen commands and do
>>>>> each one individually.
>>> err... for module in a b c ?
>> Sure. If you want to have to constantly remember which modules are
>> in Xfce. Which I don't.
> okay stop picking fleas. CVS has the same problems. think about it...
> we're now working in one huge repository... everyone with ssh access
> and in the xfce group can modify and commit everywhere.
yeah, i know. i'm nitpicky. i just want to be sure i understand
everything. also, i'd rather come up with a very optimistic, exacting,
best-of-all-possible-worlds list of requirements, and then make
compromises, instead of not clearly defining what i'd like to see.
> [snip - a bunch of reasons why svn is good and taking the time to
slowly and properly migrate to it is a good thing]
yeah, so, good stuff. i'm convinced. really auke, whichever migration
path you think is best, i'm all for it. you're the one with the large
amount of admin experience here. as i said, if you have any tedious
drudge work, i wouldn't mind taking some of the burden off you if you want.
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