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RE: Merge, branch, reintegrate, problem

From: Bob Archer <bob.archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Wed, 3 Jun 2009 14:57:30 -0400

>It sounds great, but that requires that the commit would only include bugfixes and nothing >related to the new version. And as i know thats the way it should work, it took a lot of time to >educated the team to use svn, and a lot more time it would require to say them that they never >had to mix in a same commit bugfixes to previous versions and new features.

True. But, I think your devs should only commit the changes for one "change item" at a time any way. (Even if you don't do cherrypicking) It makes the logs much clearer. We have a new team that recently moved to svn and some of them commit each file separately and the log repeats many times. Some of them commit once at the end of the day and log it against multiple issue numbers. It's kind of a mess. I think they are getting the hang of it now though.



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