Usage of git
joerg at alea.gnuu.de
Thu Nov 13 15:22:42 UTC 2008
G. Milde schrieb am Thu 13. Nov, 15:12 (+0100):
> On 13.11.08, Jörg Sommer wrote:
> > Guenter Milde schrieb am Mon 10. Nov, 16:17 (+0000):
> > > The following commit has been merged in the master branch:
> > > commit 13a7f94ca4dfa0d35a942071b490adb95bb5812f
> > > Author: Guenter Milde <milde at users.berlios.de>
> > > Date: Mon Nov 10 17:14:13 2008 +0100
> > >
> > > Let ~/.jed/jed.rc take precedence over ~/.jedrc as Default_Jedrc_Startup_File.
> > >
> > > Update for the last commit
> > That's the reason why you should work with your own branch that can be
> > rebased, i.e. commits in it can change.
> branches and the like are too much for the first try to commit to jed-pkg
> after its change to git.
> Is the update breaking something or just a nuissance.
It doesn't break anything, it's only a pollution of the history.
> > Git is not SVN, it's a
> - real
> + more complex
> > source code management system.
No, SVN isn't a SCM, it's an archival system. You can add entries and
receive entries and it helps distributing them, but it doesn't help you
with tasks like forking and merging, searching the history for more
advanced questions than “what was commit number X” or create good and
I don't vote for git. Bzr, mercurical or darcs might be good, too. But
I'm using git.
Was der Bauer nicht kennt, das frisst er nicht. Würde der Städter kennen,
was er frisst, er würde umgehend Bauer werden.
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