On Sun, 2010-01-10 at 14:13 -0500, Steinar Bang wrote:
> And then later, when I'm online, I do a an update against the
> repository, with virgin versions of the changed files, and then I copy
> in the copied-aside files, and do my checkins in stages.
FWIW, a lot of people seem to use git as a Subversion client (using
git-svn) for pretty much exactly this workflow. bzr also claims to work
well against a Subversion upstream branch but I don't know anyone who
uses it that way.
It's sort of interesting that, despite fairly large discrepancies in
data models, "atomic whole-tree versions of a single branch" is enough
of a lingua franca for modern version control tools to interoperate to
Received on 2010-01-10 21:21:58 CET