jasonwkim at google.com
Thu Jul 28 15:05:43 PDT 2011
On Wed, Jul 27, 2011 at 8:59 PM, Mark Lacey <641 at rudkx.com> wrote:
>> Besides, the git-svn readonly bridge is a great solution for those who
>> want to use git
> It seems to be a reasonable solution for those individuals who want to use
> git, but in my experience not for organizations that want to use git, e.g.
> have a local server with local branches, with many people banging on that
> while at the same time continuously merging the LLVM mainline in.
> Perhaps your experience has been different - I have limited experience with
> git-svn and git-p4, but have found both to be useful only for me working
Have you considered mercurial?
I am not as "current" on git wizardry as I am on mercurial, but at I least
verified that branched development and rebasing to tip, r-w- works on the
mercurial-svn bridge (i.e. you can commit directly to svn via hg and gain
all of the benefits of using a dvcs)
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