SVN (bridge?)

Developer
Jan 20, 2010 at 6:22 PM
Hey guys:

The SVN information on the Retrospectiva wiki does not seem to be correct (at least, not anymore). I thought you were going to set up a GIT<->SVN bridge?

-Bruce
Coordinator
Jan 21, 2010 at 1:24 AM

Where's the SVN information on the site? I thought we had removed all references to SVN.

We'll still working on the GIT -> SVN bridge. I'm not sure if we'll attempt to go bi-directional.

Developer
Jan 21, 2010 at 1:36 AM
http://www.mosa-project.org/wiki/Getting%20Mosa

That's a shame. Git still seems like a steep hill to climb...

Keep up the great work, guys.


On Wed, Jan 20, 2010 at 9:24 PM, tgiphil <notifications@codeplex.com> wrote:

From: tgiphil

Where's the SVN information on the site? I thought we had removed all references to SVN.

We'll still working on the GIT -> SVN bridge. I'm not sure if we'll attempt to go bi-directional.

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Coordinator
Jan 21, 2010 at 1:49 AM

I thought that I was not going to like GIT at first because you merge all the time.  In SVN merging is a pain, but with GIT is merging is easy and painless.  I highly recommend it..

I'm using the Tortoise GIT on Windows.  In addition, GitHub has a great interface into the source code repository.

The only down side right now is not having GIT integration with Visual Studio with a tool like AnkhSVN.

 

 

Developer
Jan 21, 2010 at 2:27 AM
Technically with git the reccommended thing is to rebase instead of
merge it makes your history graphs look beautiful ;)

With git citool, and gitk most of the process of git has a UI so it
should be easy to get started. Depending on the workflow this can get
more or less complicated.



On 1/20/10, tgiphil <notifications@codeplex.com> wrote:
> From: tgiphil
>
> I thought that I was not going to like GIT at first because you merge all
> the time. In SVN merging is a pain, but with GIT is merging is easy and
> painless. I highly recommend it..I'm using the Tortoise GIT on Windows. In
> addition, GitHub has a great interface into the source code repository.The
> only down side right now is not having GIT integration with Visual Studio
> with a tool like AnkhSVN.
>
>

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