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Re: Specifying different SVN version for Tortoise

From: Sven Süld <sven_at_trigger.ee>
Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2008 17:18:31 +0200

Andy Levy wrote:
> Actually, local development (or each developer having their own WC on
> the development server where they can code/test/debug) is a pretty
> standard practice.
> The Java web application I manage was initially developed by a
> contractor working on MacOS and Linux, I can run it locally on XP, and
> runs on both Win2K and Win2K3 servers in our environment. We have ZERO
> "OS detection" routines in the application. We have OS- and
> server-specific config files where appropriate to handle settings that
> vary by those parameters and are applied when the application is
> deployed, but we could have made them run-time if we wanted to give up
> a little performance.
> It *shouldn't* be hard to develop a cross-platform application that
> runs on a "framework" (PHP) which already is cross-platform.
I dont argue about separate WC-s as such but having them in other
computers than development server.

There arent/werent VERY MANY platform-specific bugs/problems as far as I
recall but those few were pain-in-the-ass enough to avoid them in the
future. Im talking about PHP; maybe Java does not have these issues.

But I guess this is largely who likes mother, who daughter -kind of issue.


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Received on 2008-02-07 16:18:45 CET

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