lu_zero at gentoo.org
Tue Aug 23 21:49:41 CEST 2011
On 8/23/11 9:10 PM, Marc Lehmann wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 23, 2011 at 07:03:38PM +0200, Luca Barbato<lu_zero at gentoo.org> wrote:
>> Marc you are overtrolling him.
> I think if, after this long time, you still care so much then you are
> doing it wrong :)
>> "CVS works for me, the project is small and w/out many contributors,
>> I never used git and I don't have reasons to try it" might had been
>> a better answer.
> Better in that it is wrong (I of course used git) and misleading (cvs
> works for me because it is small? wtf?)? Why do you think that would be
For a small project with few contributors you don't care much about
switching from something that works for you since you don't have much to
gain. git is great when you have to manage lots of patches from a good
number of people or if you are used to prepare your patchset locally and
then push once you are happy with it. cvs (and the rest) is simply
lacking those features (and niceties like git grep or git add -i).
So for all the project I start I use git because I like the features it
provides beside being a good dvcs, for the project I use to contribute
often I keep my work in git since it is easier for me to track it this way.
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