On 4/27/07, Chris.Fouts@qimonda.com <Chris.Fouts@qimonda.com> wrote:
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: Andy Levy [mailto:email@example.com]
> >Sent: Friday, April 27, 2007 12:00 PM
> >To: Fouts Christopher (QNA RTP PT PREV)
> >Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> >Subject: Re: Subversion vs Clearcase
> >On 4/27/07, Chris.Fouts@qimonda.com <Chris.Fouts@qimonda.com> wrote:
> >> >-----Original Message-----
> >> >From: Les Mikesell [mailto:email@example.com]
> >> >Sent: Friday, April 27, 2007 11:45 AM
> >> >To: Fouts Christopher (QNA RTP PT PREV)
> >> >Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> >> >Subject: Re: Subversion vs Clearcase
> >> >
> >> >Chris.Fouts@qimonda.com wrote:
> >> >> SVN would be my favorite app. only if it had a concept of SCM. If
> >> >> it does, can someone shed light on it?
> >> >
> >> >That might be easier if you explained what you think is
> >missing. You
> >> >can make branches to isolate work and tags to be able to recall any
> >> >version by a name. What else do you need?
> >> >
> >> I really like the power of a configuration spec in CC; is there
> >> something similar in SVN? Thanks!
> >For the benefit of people who've never used or seen CC (or
> >whatever the compared tool du jour is), can folks please
> >briefly explain *what* a particular feature does, instead of
> >just throwing a name out (if the name doesn't make it
> >blindingly obvious)?
> My bad! CC has a config spec that provides a way to pick and
> choose, or "filter" what files can be in a build. What's neat
> about it, I can mix and match any trunked, tagged, or branched
> files in the repos. For example, I can
> element foo.c /b_R1/2
> element * /b_R1/latest
> element * /main/latest
> This means, in this order...
> 1. Use v2 of foo.c from the b_R1 branch
> 2. Use b_R1 branch for the rest of the files,
> if the files are on that branch
> 3. Use the /main/latest version of the rest of
> If I remove the second line, I'll ignore the b_R1 branch, except
> for foo.c /b_R1/2, ON THE FLY.
> I may have added the top line because I found a problem with
> the /b_R1/latest version of foo.c (say v3), so I elected to
> use v2 instead.
> I can "commit" changes using config specs.
Oddly enough, your email came in while I was on the phone with someone
in a situation where this would be the perfect solution.
Thanks for the explanation!
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