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From Omar Gonzalez <omarg.develo...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: SVN and issues with branching / consider how we use SVN going forward
Date Thu, 09 Aug 2012 01:45:52 GMT
> t saying it is worth it in order to protect the integrity of trunk.
> If it's possible, yes, I really do think Git would help. The reason is
> that dealing with merge issues in Git are infinitely easier and, at least
> 95% of the time, keeps us out of the merge-hell that I think Justin
> legitimately fears.
> The one nice thing about the release and feature branches is that it
> allows people to start working toward future releases and grand visions
> while a current release is being stabilized. For example the code many had
> in whiteboards that was destined for future releases.
> Mike
I agree with all of this. I would be completely in favor of making Git the
primary SCM for the project, it would really make a lot of these workflows
easier to manage amongst so many developers. I also posted about the link
Mike shared and that model has worked great for our teams.


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