|Issues with branches [message #26503]
||Thu, 24 July 2008 13:14
| Aaron Siri
Registered: July 2009
We have started to use branches more in our development process and have |
starting to see odd behavior with Subversive. In general working with
branches seems brittle.
The first issue is which connector should we be using? This is always
unclear and there are a lot to choose from. Should it be SVNKit 1.1.7
or SVNKit 1.2.0? Or should the JavaHL be used instead?
The second issue is with switching. When we perform switches and then
do a commit the commit appears to take place in the pre-switched version
of the code.
My team is almost to the point of switching back to CVS because it
appears its integration into Eclipse appears to be much more solid. But
we're still holding out hope for a while longer that Subversion will
become bulletproof. I'll try to report all of the issues that we find.
|Re: Issues with branches [message #26761 is a reply to message #26503]
||Mon, 28 July 2008 04:32
Originally posted by: alexander.gurov.polarion.org|
You could use anyone of existing connectors. Each of them have their own
issues and benefits. For example both SVN Kit connectors provides much
better support for refactoring, but both JavaHL connectors already in the
stable state when SVN Kit 1.2.0 is actively developed at this time. SVN
Kit 1.1.7 and JavaHL 1.4.5 are targeted to work with the SVN 1.4 server.
SVN Kit 1.2.0 and JavaHL 1.5.0 are targeted to work with the SVN 1.5
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