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Re: Shared branch vs single branch

From: Edwin Castro <0ptikGhost_at_gmx.us>
Date: Mon, 23 Sep 2013 15:31:15 -0700

On 9/23/13 1:15 PM, BRM wrote:
> "Trunk is dirty" won't save you from bad merges, it'll just make more
> conflicts in your working copy as you do updates - something that
> drove a colleague of mine nuts so I started working in my own branch
> for that project. You also have to more frequently be doing "svn
> update" on your working copy to minimize impacts of what others are doing.

In my experience, working in a dirty trunk typically results in less
checkins by developers. I don't consider this a good thing as their
changes tend to remain uncommitted for very large periods of time (in
the order of a week or so).
Received on 2013-09-24 00:31:54 CEST

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