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RE: Visual Studio.Net and Subversion - another vote

From: Craig L. Ching <cching_at_mqsoftware.com>
Date: 2004-03-09 00:02:58 CET

> Craig Ching replied:
> > I think the problem people have with this is that you can't
> pick up the wc
> > and move it somewhere else without having a modified svn
> program on that
> > system. For example, you can't move a Windows wc to Linux.
> Arild Fines replied:
> > How many people actually *need* that? Isn't half the point
> of using a vcs in
> > the first place to get away from having to "share" source
> trees between
> > different environments/users?
> >
> > If I were working on a project in both unix and
> windows(which I am, to some
> > degree), I'd rather have a separate working copy for each
> environment.
> <clever hitchhiker quote snipped>
> I agree with Arild.
Hey, whoa there. I never should have stuck my nose into this one ;-) I trivialized the problem with what I said. Please refer to the much more informative developer responses, not mine. I was suggesting a vague recollection of something someone said awhile back without properly looking it up in the archives. I now know better ;-) I believe you should see what Ben Collins-Sussman, John Peacock, and Mike Pilato had to say about the subject, don't use me as an authority.


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