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RE: Commit hooks and control of bad development practices?

From: <andy.glew_at_amd.com>
Date: 2004-05-27 00:23:42 CEST

> 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.

Short lived branches are one of the usage
patterns that make branches tolerable.

On CVS, I might create and close three braches
per day, as a single developer. Haven't made
it easy enough to do that in Subversion yet,
though; it's more like I create a branch that
lasts about 3-6 hours every 3 days, but otherwise
avoid creating branches, i.e. avoid checking in.

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