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Re: Changelists Q2

From: Josh Pieper <jjp_at_pobox.com>
Date: 2004-07-16 15:13:10 CEST

John Griffin wrote:
> Okay,
> Let me ask two other questions then. Are Perforce style changelists
> on the subversion development path? I took a look at the Web site
> and did not see any mention of changelists. Are Perforce style
> changelists considered a best practice? If they are considered a
> "bad" way of doing things what is the best practice for
> simultaneously managing multiple sets of changes?

The Subversion development path is for the most part a free for all.
Whoever is interested in implementing a feature does so. I haven't
seen any developer working on or interested in Perforce style
changelists so it seems unlikely in the near future.

Aside from that, I manage multiple sets of changes all the time by
keeping a separate working copy (WC) for each change that I am
developing. I find that this approach works very well, at the expense
of some disk space.


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