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Re: Is SVN ready for use?

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2002-12-09 22:54:37 CET

Roman Rytov wrote:

>What I don't know is how to enforse programmers to update and commit
>their changes on a regular basis. I asked already about "watch" and
>because it yet to come I wanna know how people work. Now my team is
>working with VSS and a version builder detects whether someone forgot to
>check-in files just before building. Unfortunately it happens pretty
>frequently. How to prevent forgetting?

get programmers who don't suck.

seriously, if your programmers can't be taught to type 'svn status' to
see that they have uncommitted modifications in their working copy, or
that they should 'svn update' once a day or more, then you should fire
them and get someone better.

these are basic, fundamental tasks that come with using a version
control system.


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Received on Mon Dec 9 22:55:21 2002

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