David A. Greene
greened at obbligato.org
Thu Jul 28 14:31:53 PDT 2011
Jason Kim <jasonwkim at google.com> writes:
> Forcing transitioning to git makes no sense for a lot of us - for
> example, we have lots of scripts that depend on svn revision numbers -
> all those could be redone for git, but who wants to do work that they
> don't have to? What "problem" is it solving?
It solves the problem of a third party reintegrating their changes back
to upstream. This is very, very difficult with svn because of its
> Besides, the git-svn readonly bridge is a great solution for those who
> want to use git
No. It does nothing to fix the problem of integrating private work (in
a private repository) back to upstream.
There are other benefits to moving to git but for me at least, this is
the most important.
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