[Numpy-discussion] DVCS at PyCon
Thu Apr 9 13:56:42 CDT 2009
>>> I was inquiring the use of git with the use of one of our internal svn
>>> repositories, just to have a feeling about it :(
>> My opinion is that attempting to use git-svn to get a feeling of git is
>> not a good idea. There's too much slowness of svn involved, too much
>> pain of trying to learn git while also trying to learn git-svn (which
>> itself has corner cases and such that pure git doesn't) and there's no
>> bidirectional 1:1 mapping between branches (that I've found),
>> eliminating a huge part of the joy of git -- cheap branches.
>> Better to start developing on a pure git project to get a feel. You
>> can't go wrong with sympy, for example. :)
> Oh, definitely. :) Here is a list of easy to fix issues:
> if you want to learn it on some easy, but real world example. :)
Unfortunately, I'm investigating it for my professional use, and I
don't have a decent Internet access (i.e. without proxies).
Information System Engineer, Ph.D.
Blogs: http://matt.eifelle.com and http://blog.developpez.com/?blog=92
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