From: Alan Gutierrez (alan-jamboost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-02-02 11:10:24
* Vladimir Prus <ghost_at_[hidden]> [2005-02-01 02:36]:
> On Monday 31 January 2005 19:26, Pedro Ferreira wrote:
> > Em 31 Jan 2005, às 16:19, David Abrahams escreveu:
> > > Pedro Ferreira <pedro.ferreira_at_[hidden]> writes:
> > >> I attach the current snapshot of what I've been doing. There is still
> > >> plenty to do but I think this is a start.
> > >> (Volodya: do you think it is time to put this on CVS?)
> > >
> > > You should _never_ develop without version control. IMO it should go
> > > into CVS immediately.
> Can you give Pedro write CVS access, then?
> > Thanks for the advice but I always use version control. I'm using
> > Subversion on a RAID server here, so I have all the code "safe" and am
> > able to roll back anything.
> Oh... we can also develop outside of boost CVS, using Subversion. I know that
> Boost might migrate to Subversion, but that can take time. Just in case, I
> can host public PyBB Subversion repository.
They are talking about a Subversion migration, but you probably
I don't care which, but why both? Don't you feel that defeats
the purpose? Which one am /I/ supposed to use? Who want's to
sign up for synchornization detail?
Or is there a cool way to keep them in sync that I don't know about?
Or do you plan on developing out of Subversion, but migrating
snapshots and releases to Boost CVS? That makes some sense.
Either one is fine. Subversion is preferred. By me that is.
Also, If you're setting up a new Subverion repository, avoid DB
4.1, use 4.0, 4.2, or the fsfs file system. (Lost a repository
to 4.1 recently.)
-- Alan Gutierrez - alan_at_[hidden]
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