Message from discussion svn or git?
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Subject: Re: svn or git?
From: the_undefined <haimu...@gmail.com>
To: CakePHP <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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@pcdinh: The source repository of CakePHP is primarily a tool meant to
assist the *developers* of CakePHP, not the users. Those who wish to
contribute to the development of CakePHP will find Git to be a more
powerful and social tool than SVN.
What personal need to you have to interact with CakePHP's SVN
I totally hear your argument that SVN currently enjoys better all-
around support and wide-spread usage. I'm just not sure if it makes
sense to apply in this context hence my previous question.
-- Felix Geisend=F6rfer aka the_undefined
On Feb 3, 5:42=A0pm, pcdinh <pcd...@gmail.com> wrote:
> It just proves that Linux kernel development is too large and too
> complex to be centralized. New drivers or new file systems can be
> developed separately several years before being merged into the core.
> That is why merging and branching are so good in Git.
> Regarding to medium project like PHP or small project like CakePHP, is
> it relevant to be distributed? Meanwhile, Subversion has better GUI
> and Windows support. Lots of PHP developers out there do development
> on Windows right? Subversion may be slower but I find that its
> performance has been improved significantly in version 1.5. Even with
> big repositories in Google Code, Subversion 1.4 is fast enough
> On Feb 3, 8:11=A0pm, Esoteric <erik.kristen...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > While the PHP Core team is important, the linux kernel the foundation
> > of most modern linux systems is on git, that should prove something.
> > (just playing devil's advocate to you comment.)
> > On Feb 3, 4:44=A0am, Dinh <pcd...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > PHP Core Team decides that Subversion is more relevant than Git.
> > > That's why PHP source code is migrated from CVS to Subversion. Think
> > > about that.
> > > --