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RE: Making branches and typical patterns

From: Russ Freeman <russ.freeman_at_ergnosis.com>
Date: 2003-04-09 17:02:10 CEST

>i believe it's the other way around. check out the trunk, then switch
>parts you are making 'dangerous' modifications on to the branch. you
>could certainly do it the other way around, it's just that if you're
>messing with one directory, this means you only need to switch that
>directory, as opposed to having to switch everything other than that
>directory. they should be functionally equivalent though.

Ah I see. I guess a common pattern is to be working on minor changes in the
trunk and then realising that perhaps you should be on a branch. I guess you
then create that branch and then switch over. Cool.


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