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RE: [TSVN] Re: Re: Re: subversion folders

From: martin de lange <martin_de_lange_at_xtra.co.nz>
Date: 2004-09-30 11:36:59 CEST

You're right I will have to persist with TSVN to get used to it and even
though I might sound negative about it but it was more a case of a
perception of a product deficiency or my mis interpretation of how it works.

I will have a read through the manual for differences and thanks very much
for your help. Every time I have worked with TCVS today it was getting
easier to do something without worying that my code vanishes.

|-----Original Message-----
|From: news [mailto:news@sea.gmane.org] On Behalf Of Simon Large
|Sent: Thursday, 30 September 2004 20:02
|To: dev@tortoisesvn.tigris.org
|Subject: [TSVN] Re: Re: Re: subversion folders
|"martin de lange" wrote
|> remembered I worked on CVS/tort before and I don't remember having to
|> these procedures and is a nightmare when one is preocupied with other
|> matters. No wonder you get paranoi.
|Another belated thought. If you are familiar with CVS, there is a section
|the SVN manual (download from the Subversion site, or view html online) on
|the differences between CVS and SVN. I am not that familiar with TCVS,
|although there was a recent(ish) thread from a TCVS user who found the
|checkout operation confusing: unlike CVS, SVN checks out into an empty dir
|instead of creating the folder name that you are checking out.
|There are differences between SVN and CVS, and between TSVN and TCVS. If
|are familiar with one system, the other may seem counter-intuitive at
|but it is worth persisting because there are very real advantages in SVN.
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