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Re: my main worry

From: Dean Hiller <dhiller_at_avaya.com>
Date: 2002-05-18 14:40:11 CEST

greg, thanks for the good explanation of "why C"
Mark, thanks for the tip, I will be following the project.

Karl and ALL,
    I have attached what a project map would look like(a gif file). As
you can see, it is not a linear thing. No source control system
anywhere has a project map. Clearcase has file versioning maps on a per
file basis. This confuses the hell out of my developers because they
think it is a project map like this is. If you are linear, you will
have a bitch supporting it unless it is built in early on.

Karl Fogel wrote:

>Dean Hiller <dhiller@avaya.com> writes:
>>My main worry is that you will never be able to have a project
>>version map. That is something that is quite complicated and if you
>>are planning on tacking it on later, have fun. I wish I had known
>>about your project earlier so I could have mentioned it as a feature
>>then. thanks for the info.
>What is a project version map, and what is required to support one?

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