> 2009/2/5 Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2009a_at_ryandesign.com
> On Feb 5, 2009, at 06:48, vichy wrote:
> Dear all:
> There is a comparison on the web which says the minimum commit
> unit of svn is a line, while the minimum unit of VSS is file.
> But I cannot feel this difference.
> Is that true?
> I don't know VSS.
> In Subversion, a commit is any change, be that a line of a file,
> many lines of many files, just adding a directory, just changing a
> file's property, etc
> thanks for your help.
> I use VSS and SVN right now.
> But I cannot realize what the minimum commit unit means?
> each can change a single line and commit, right?
> The information is at row 4 of
> appreciate your help,
Sorry, but i (and presumably quite a few people on this list) can't read
the language on the website that you quote, so you should try to explain
to us (i.e. translate) what they say about the concept of minimum commit
unit. Without this explanation, i fear that we can not help you much
because it could literally mean everything, so any attempt to say what
"commit unit" svn has (uses? likes for dinner? - you name it) would be
Almost any modern SCCS (and hence also SVN) is better than VSS, so a
detailed comparison is mostly a waste of time anyway.
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