Python Goes Mercurial
andrew at acooke.org
Thu Apr 2 22:02:06 CEST 2009
> 2009/4/2 Jeremiah Dodds <jeremiah.dodds at gmail.com>
>> The one thing that makes me want to use git more than any other dvcs is
>> that you don't have to create a new directory for branches. This may be
>> possible in other dvcs's , but git is the only one I've seen advertise
> That is the main reason why I switched to git at my work.
> As for the git rebase, I don't ever plan on using that 'feature'. Even
> though I would rather have had GvR pick git, I think he did a good job
please can you explain this? i can think of a couple of things you could
mean, but neither of them seem to make much sense to me.
one is that hg only allows you one branch per repository. i checked the
docs and that's not true - see 2/3 way down
- which describes how you can branch in the repository and then swap your
working copy between them.
another is that you want a directory structure like:
and for there to be a single repository in myproject, rather than two
repositories, one in tag1 and one in tag2. since a dvcs works across
repos as well as it works within a repo, i don't see how this is
significantly different to having two repositories, one in tag1 and one in
tag2. how does it matter?
or do you mean something else?
i don't use a dvcs myself - i'm happy with svn - but i am curious about
what the advantages and disadvantages might be.
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