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Re: general subversion theory for developers?

From: anton <anton_at_nezzwerk.com>
Date: 2004-01-07 16:57:39 CET

Sean Moss-Pultz wrote:

> I've read some CVS admin theory but it seems to destroy
> the "community" programming that subversion introduces (while all
> committing to trunk). They say to give everyone their own "sandbox", by
> making a branch for each user, and then one admin merges all the changes
> back to the trunk, creates all new branches (or they can update theirs)
> and the process continues forever in this manner. Do any of you guys use
> a method that you feel works particularly well? I would love some guidance.

this is a very good point. i would like to see more "best practices"
scenarios, particularly reflecting the things that svn does better than
other systems. after all, it would be yet another argument for its adoption.


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Received on Wed Jan 7 16:58:35 2004

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