[csw-maintainers] Subversion on bender
mwatters at opencsw.org
Fri Jul 24 22:48:48 CEST 2009
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Ben Walton wrote:
> Excerpts from Philip Brown's message of Fri Jul 24 15:46:30 -0400 2009:
>>> such that database connection info is stored only in a single
>>> place, thus facilitating the possibility of storing this code in a
>>> non-local (read: not live) repository in the future with the db
>>> details excluded for security purposes.
>> the trouble with that, is that it affects performance.
> No it doesn't. The live copy on the web would simply be a current
> The pattern would become:
> 1. Develop, develop, develop.
> 2. Commit (which if svn were used, is also a push to central).
> 3. <optional>Review of changes</optional>
> 4. Login to bender, proceed to web directory, update local copy.
> This could all be done on the live copy to, but with a repo living
> outside the code tree, easier testing is facilitated without affecting
> the live stuff.
>  I have a personal distaste for svn but it's likely the logical
> choice given that all other project-wide type stuff lives in svn
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> maintainers at lists.opencsw.org
I use Bazzar  when checking in/out of Fedora's PackageDB code repo.
not that I do it all that often anymore... but IMO better then svn ( don't take
much ) for those that are stuck in windows it runs nicely on that as well as
linux and solaris... I can't vouch for mac though... never tried it on my
kid's mac book or the wife's mac book pro.
"Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex,
and more violent. It takes a touch of genius -- and a lot of courage --
to move in the opposite direction."
* Albert Einstein 1879 - 1955
US German-born Theoretical Physicist
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