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Re: Unix user finds interface counterintuitive

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Thu, 7 May 2009 15:53:12 +0100

2009/5/7 David Balažic <david.balazic_at_hermes-softlab.com>:
> Having to copy back the data that is already there on your disc, without
> any hint about that, is non-intuitive.

Unfortunately that is the way Subversion implements import. Most
people don't like it, which is why we document an alternative. We
could maybe wrap that method up to make it easier, but that is not
without its problems either, notably the fact that 2 commits are
required. There is an issue open for this.


> I personally use gobs of software without reading the documentation.
> Heck, most SW doesn't even have something that deserves the name
> "documentation".
> But calling users stupid is so cool, isn't it ?

Is any revision control software so simple that you don't even need to
know the basics?


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