rizvi at amazon.com
Thu Mar 24 11:43:30 PST 2005
This is the first time I have heard about Subversion but I am excited to know more, I have already started reading the book and have installed it to experiment with.
It seems promising but when I asked one of my Perl Guru friends here is what he has to say:
I was under the impression that bitkeeper was better:
but I think either of three works fine. Versioning is over-rated and should be transparent.
From: Rizvi, Ali
Sent: Thursday, March 24, 2005 11:23 AM
Subject: FW: SPUG: Subversion
What do you guys think about subversion?
Frankly, I didn't know it even existed before the following email.
I would love to see what you guys think about it and will it really replace CVS one day (may be it is already doing so).
There is a link to an ongoing book on subversion at the end of the email.
Waiting, to hear from you.
May be this is food for thought while you prepare the presentation.
I have already voted for Subversion and plan to be there.
From: spug-list-bounces at pm.org [mailto:spug-list-bounces at pm.org] On Behalf Of Andrew Sweger
Sent: Thursday, March 24, 2005 11:00 AM
To: Seattle Perl Users Group
Subject: SPUG: Subversion
I *finally* got in to using Subversion (svn) a couple days ago. I
converted a bunch of CVS repositories to SVN and last night I read through
about half of the "Version Control with Subversion" book (the hardcopy
version). It's a thing of beauty. I finally got through my head what I
thought I understood already about branching and tagging in Subversion
too. Pure simplicity.
Would there be an audience at the 19 April SPUG meeting for a presentation
on converting from CVS to SVN and using Subversion?
Don't answer my question here. Please vote at the poll:
If you don't have a Meetup.com account, it's easy to create one.
If there's questions or discussion on this, reply to this message.
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things can go wrong at once.
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