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Re: Pair Programming with Subversion

From: Branko ─îibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2004-04-14 20:35:53 CEST

Mike Mason wrote:

> andy.glew@amd.com wrote:
>
>> More:
>>
>>
>> (0) I started this "dual monitor pairing" because the
>> first guy I roped into pairing with me refused, point-blank, to try
>> single monitor pairing. It works
>> pretty well, well enough that I refuse to go back
>> to non-pairing.
>> Maybe I should try single monitor pairing again.
>>
>> However, I do not think that Subversion should
>> foist a particular development methodology / pairing style on me.
>>
>>
>
> It's great that you're pairing, however you choose to implement it. I
> didn't mean to be negative. Subversion isn't "foisting" anything on
> you though. When you check out a working copy in Subversion, it
> remembers who you checked that working copy out as, and uses that
> username for commits (as far as I know).

That's not true. It used to be that way ages ago, but we changed the
auth storage mechanism so that working copies don't contain any
authentication data.

-- Brane

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