[C++-sig] [Boost.Python v3] Planning and Logistics

Niall Douglas s_sourceforge at nedprod.com
Sun Aug 28 17:41:38 CEST 2011

On 27 Aug 2011 at 12:29, Dave Abrahams wrote:

> In that case, if I were you, I would actually start using Git with the
> modularized / CMake-ified Boost at http://github.com/boost-lib.

If you do go for git, I have found repo embedded per-branch issue 
tracking (e.g. http://bugseverywhere.org/) to be a god send for 
productivity because you can raise issues with your own code without 
bothering the mainline issue tracker about branch specific (and 
indeed often personal) issues. It has made as much difference to my 
productivity as adopting git did because I no longer need to keep 
(and often misplace) post it notes reminding me of things to do.

I even coded up a GUI for it for the TortoiseXXX family of revision 
tracking GUIs which you can find at 
http://www.nedprod.com/programs/Win32/BEurtle/. This lets you mark 
off BE issue fixes with GIT/whatever commits.


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