Sorry, that's a common British idiom which obviously doesn't travel.
Racehorses vary in strength, speed, stamina and temperament; some race
horses do better in "heavier going" (i.e. a softer, muddier track), some
race faster on a dry course, and of course racecourses vary in length.
So there's no single answer to "which is the best horse", as there are
"horses for courses". Makes sense now? Which approach you take to (3)
depends on the existing customer set up. There are a number of
tradeoffs, so there's no single right answer.
From: Phil Pinkerton [mailto:pcpinkerton_at_gmail.com]
Sent: 01 July 2011 12:45
To: Tony Sweeney
Cc: Subversion User List
Subject: Re: Branching Questions
Thanks for the quick response.
However I have no clue what you mean by Horses for courses.
and I certainly cannot reply to my clients question with such an answer.
On 7/1/2011 7:03 AM, Tony Sweeney wrote:
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Phil Pinkerton [mailto:pcpinkerton_at_gmail.com]
> Sent: 01 July 2011 11:58
> To: Subversion User List
> Subject: Branching Questions
> 1. We are creating branch out of previous branch, if we want to delete
> a old branch or archive it how it will impact the current branch ?
> It won't
> 2. There is no limit on number of branches you can create, is this
> true ?
> 3. What is the best way to lock the Trunk so only certain users can
> access it, using Hook Script or using admin tool?
> Horses for courses.
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