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Re: Commit hooks and control of bad development practices?

From: m christensen <dfs_at_xmission.com>
Date: 2004-05-26 14:52:55 CEST

Dale Hagglund wrote:

>You may want to consider the following model.
>1. The product trunk is owned by the release engineering team. Only
> they can commit to the trunk.
Good idea, 2 issues here are the fact much of the 'code' is a binary
format generated by GUI Tools
and impossible to 'merge' meaning merges will mean reimplementation of
one of the 2 variants over
the top of the other.
This means we tend to keep the branches very short time-wise.
Branches in general have a VERY bad reputation here, that is an issue we
would need to address as well.

Thanks for the ideas.


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