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Re: Unclear: CVS and Subversion repository difference.

From: Miha Vitorovic <mvitorovic_at_nil.si>
Date: 2005-06-17 16:58:28 CEST

Servico Tpd Rodrigo Alfonso Menezes Madera <tpd.madera@telefonica.com.br>
wrote on 17.06.2005 16:02:20:

> So now the problem has it´s cause discovered: I was reluctant to open my
> mind to a new concept. A concept where it´s all related and revision
> numbers don´t help anymore as CVS to tell how a file changed. A concept
> where the repository is a project. And a concept that I didn´t feel
> confortable with.
> Yes, It bothers me. I´m with Ron Gilbert on this one. Maybe I have to
> become more familiar with it and (as I always loved to do) stick to the
> standard. But I can´t possibly see the advantage of having my
> "can-be-useful-and-meaningful-release" trasformed into a
> "internal-ignore-me-please" revision.

Try transforming the "internal-ignore-me-please" revision number into a
"build" number or something like that. Then you'll have "version 1.0 build
138", and maybe you'll get that fuzzy warm feeling once again.

Or maybe you can transform your "can-be-useful-and-meaningful-release"
into "I'll-create-a-meaningfull-release-when-it's-really-so" instead of
having a new release every time a developer decides that a more correct
name for his private method "addClient()" would actually be
"createClient()" :-).


  Miha Vitorovic
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