ACE247 wrote:I also dislike the name git, it just sounds replusive/irritating.
You can't check it out multiple times?
I just can't understand why a single user would want/need a versioning system.
mongoose7 wrote:I just can't understand why a single user would want/need a versioning system.
$ cd my_secret_project
$ git init
$ git add .
$ git commit -a -m "My secret project uses now version control system called git."
Yeah, SVN workflow is not so convenient for contributors. How do you save your work (do a local commit)? You can't. How do you create local branches, to work on many things at once? You can't.
hendu wrote:I tell you, once you do, you never go back.
I've not worked yet with git, but at least Mercurial actually has svn support, so you can work locally with Mercurial. I'm pretty sure the same exists for git.
hybrid wrote:Moreover, I also compile continuously on Linux, Solaris, and OSX, which also never had any problem. Maybe you wreck the files when importing into your git system?
$ svn info | grep Rev
$ svn status
$ file include/SV*
include/SVertexIndex.h: ASCII C++ program text
include/SVertexManipulator.h: ASCII C++ program text, with CRLF line terminators
include/SViewFrustum.h: ASCII C++ program text, with CRLF line terminators
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