Re: Cleaning up work area with svn
* Bas Mevissen <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2004-04-09 07:54]:
> IMNSHO, it makes sense as it is the last step everyone should do before
> commit: cleanup everything NOT under source control, build and
> (smoke)test again and then check in.
> Maybe I'm used to a more strict SW development process. But when I blow
> my checkin by forgetting to add a file, numerous people cannot work and
> are waiting until I fix it...
These two paragraphs seem to be at odds with each other, which is why I was
confused earlier... the solution you propose does not solve the problem you
mention. In fact, the proposed "solution" would actually delete any files you
forgot to add to revision control, which would make it difficult to check them
in for others to use. :-)
Michael W. Thelen
Many would be cowards if they had courage enough.
-- Thomas Fuller
Received on Fri Apr 9 18:58:18 2004
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