simple question on branching
We don't often use branching and/or merging based on the simple nature of our version releases with very little overlap. We have a longer ranging version - the next 7 months or so in progress. Since we are getting ready to deliver some file changes I'd like to use the trunk instead of a branch just because it's easier.
There is a very little chance we would really need to release anything to the previous production level during these 7 months. If it came up I was going to just copy the tag to a branch and use that for development - and basically tagging it (or maybe even merging into the tag).
Any reason that creating a permanent branch on the tree would matter -- i mean never merging it anywhere? I don't see what harm it would have really - but I just wanted to be sure in case I decide to branch from the production version of the trunk instead.
Probably a silly question - but it's good to have input from others who branch and merge regularly.
Thx for any help. If it matters - we are still on svn 1.4.3.
Received on 2010-11-03 14:45:25 CET
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