[vlc-devel] Git vs Subversion
jboileau at gmail.com
Wed Feb 27 15:54:27 CET 2008
> the ability to have a complete log while offline, and to "push to
the server" several commits in one command
Certainly useful for the VLC team since you guys probably all work from
home. A litlle less of an advantage for us since we mostly work on the
>the creation of branches that appears to be easier with Git
That is certainly something we do regurlaly.
Thanks for the info.
On Wed, Feb 27, 2008 at 9:30 AM, Rafaël Carré <funman at videolan.org> wrote:
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> > Hi,
> > If someone as a minute (ok that rules out any answer to this :-) ), I am
> sorry, only 37 seconds left (36, 35 ...) :p
> > curious of why the move from Subversion to Git for the VLC project. I
> > know Git but we are using Subversion on some of our projects here. When
> > saw you guys moving from Subversion to Git my first reaction was: what
> > they know that I don't.
> I didn't decide or pushed for this decision, but the advantages for me
> are the ability to have a complete log while offline, and to "push to
> the server" several commits in one command.
> There is a feature that I don't use, which is the creation of branches
> that appears to be easier with Git than SVN.
> Maybe I'll notice more when working with it ;)
> - --
> Rafaël Carré
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