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Re: branching several times a day (was Re: Sourcesafe user needs primer on branching source control)

From: Brad Appleton <brad_at_bradapp.net>
Date: 2004-03-11 21:44:41 CET

Wow! Thanks for the kind words Mark.

For those who are interested in some similar material that is freely available online (some stuff that is in the book, and other stuff that isn't), you can peek at the following websites:

 * www.scmpatterns.com -- has a quick-reference from the book, and a summary of the patterns, plus a publications section with some online articles

 * acme.bradapp.net -- aside from some links and a page-ful of SCM definitions, also has several papers that were initial material from the book (not all of it made it into the book). Of particular note are the "Streamed Lines" paper on branching best-practices, and some of the "ClearCase Best Practices" slides are generally applicable to other tools that support branching.

 * www.cmcrossroads.com -- has a monthly newsletter to which I and several other contribute. One recent relevant article is "codeline merging and locking: continuous updates, two-phased commits" from the November newsletter

On Thu, Mar 11, 2004 at 01:05:13PM -0700, Mark wrote:
> For all those who, like me, are converting from VSS and are struggling to
> get their heads around "real" version control/SCM, I'd like to recommend
> Brad's book (mentioned in his sig).
>
> I'm reading it ATM and it's a big help in figuring out how SCM *should* be
> done, which (it turns out) is not how VSS encourages it to be done.

-- 
Brad Appleton <brad@bradapp.net> www.bradapp.net
  Software CM Patterns (www.scmpatterns.com)
   Effective Teamwork, Practical Integration
"And miles to go before I sleep." -- Robert Frost
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