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Re: Pair Programming with Subversion

From: Holger Krekel <pyth_at_devel.trillke.net>
Date: 2004-03-31 01:41:51 CEST

andy.glew@amd.com wrote:
> ---+ Brief
> Can Subversion be set up so that two users,
> with different user IDs, can share the same
> workspace, taking turns checking files in,
> etc.?
> I am trying to practice pair programming,
> working with my partner in the same directory,
> and the "svn" client program keeps having
> filesystem permission and file ownership issues.

what i have used a lot in the past for this task is 'screen' which runs
on posix boxes and lets multiple users share a terminal. It's essential
that both sides in pair programming can take a turn in typing and
suggesting stuff. Obviously physically sitting next to each other is
usually a richer experience than chatting on some IRC channel and having
a "screen" session but the latter is quite workable.

Although i like to apply subversion and its ideas to my projects
it's not a solution to everything (yet :-).



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Received on Wed Mar 31 01:42:47 2004

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