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Re: Branching models

From: Mike Mason <mgm_at_thoughtworks.net>
Date: 2004-03-06 17:12:43 CET

Luiz Daniel Lapolla wrote:

>We are improving our development process. We have been using CVSNT over
>the last two years. All of our development goes directly on the mainline.
>At each milestone a branch is created and development keeps going on
>This process led us into several problems with QA, broken builds and
>concurrent development.
>We are considering the adoption of a branch-by-task model:
> - A new branch (across all files) is created for each Change Request,
>based on the last stable milestone.
> - All the development for one CR goes on it's own branch.
> - After N cicles of testing and bugfixing the branch is scheduled to be
>merged with it's baseline.

The Perforce folks have a few things to say about using SCM effectively:

Branching too much is probably not that helpful -- their advice is to
branch late, and because of conflicting policy for two codelines. How
big is a CR?


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