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Re: Best client interface

From: Jeffrey Mcmanus <jeffreyp_at_well.com>
Date: 2004-01-21 20:34:37 CET

Depends on what angers them. Too much complexity? Not enough control? The
fact that you have the combination of an easy GUI and a powerful
command-line interface should make anybody happy. For those who still
aren't satisfied, may I suggest you permit your team to keep small flasks
of liquor in their desks? I've found that drinking on the job really helps
me control my anger (except for those times when it exacerbates it).

I've been using SVN daily since September for simple file replication
between home and work and self-bonehead-proofing and I've been able to do
everything I need from TortoiseSVN except for one or two things that I
needed to resort to the command line for, and those were no big deal.


On Wed, 21 Jan 2004, Bryan Simmons wrote:

> MessageWhat is the best client interface? I've tried TortoiseSVN and the web interface. I prefer tortoise over the web.
> I have a bunch of really cranky programmers. What will give them the most power yet not be so cryptic as to anger them?
> Regards,
> Bryan Simmons
> Network Systems Engineer
> General Physics
> 410.379.3710
> bsimmons@genphysics.com
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