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Re: [] Git/SVN (was Re: Problem with loading custom Properties View context models)

Thanks Sébastien.  That's good news!  I can certainly wait until the summer.  But, I'll nonetheless see whether it's an easy transition.  I'd be inclined to try it after next week's M6.  Until then, I can't afford a hiccup in the current process.  :-)


On 2013-03-12, at 9:22 AM, GERARD Sebastien 166342 <Sebastien.GERARD@xxxxxx> wrote:

Alain Leguennec from Esterelle Technolohies is working like that. BTW, Papyrus is going to switch to git in this summer.
Best, Séb.
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Objet : [] Git/SVN (was Re: Problem with loading custom Properties View context models)
Hi, Tom,
Thanks for the tip.  I certainly would prefer a git repository; I'll have to read up on this.
What does the Papyrus team think of committers working in this mode?  Is it endorsed?  Do any current Papyrus committers work this way?
On 2013-03-12, at 8:17 AM, Tom Morris <tfmorris@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On Tue, Mar 12, 2013 at 7:00 AM, <give.a.damus@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
  And no, probably there is no "svn bisect" because in git it depends on having the entire history stored locally for very quickly switching the workspace between commits (analogue of revisions).  Something SVN cannot hope to do.
You could always use git2svn/git svn  and do the bisect in git.  Some people prefer a local git-based solution even if the official repository uses svn.
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