[Phpwm] Version control - project organisation
alex at hollytree.co.uk
Fri Aug 28 10:06:48 UTC 2009
Indeed. I think one of the big advantages of git is supposed to be
that you can do local branches and commits and then push your changes
back to repository. It means you can keep track of your changes
without a network connection, etc. I keep meaning to explore using it
locally with a Subversion repository to make more commits and make
experimentation a bit easier.
On 28 Aug 2009, at 10:20, David Goodwin wrote:
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> Ian Munday wrote:
>> Why Git? I'm familiar with CVS and Subversion, but doesn't Git
>> essentially provide the same functionality, albeit in a slightly
>> different way (local versus centralised repositories)?
> My understanding (I've never really used git) was that it handles
> branching and merging a lot better than subversion.
> I believe git can have a single centralised repository.
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> David Goodwin
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