Subject: Re: [boost] Git vs SVN - review
From: Edward Diener (eldiener_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-01-31 14:33:14
On 1/31/2011 1:36 PM, Gregory Crosswhite wrote:
> Sigh... it's poor analogies like this that lead to bad decision making!
> What's really going on is that a version control system is a series of
> tubes. The problem with SVN is that the tubes are thinner than the Git
> tubes which means that they are much more likely to get clogged, which
> causes patches to get dropped.
It is poor rhetoric like this which really leads to bad decision making.
SVN versus Git has nothing to do with patches being dropped. If the
person responsible for applying patches is not doing it, patches will
not be applied no matter what is being used. Ditto if there is no person
responsible for doing it. if you feel Git is the solution because
everybody then has the right to apply changes to Boost whenever they
like, I think you are dreaming.
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