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about to make the jump Source Offsite -> Subversion

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  • SaraJo


    anyone do this?

    kind of excited.

  • SaraJo

    Chinmay007 wrote:
    What bug tracker did you end up using?


    nada - yet. I like the C# list that was posted, but I've seen those already. Bug Tracker .NET is the one I've used already and may decide to go with that one. I believe that I can just through my .css in there which would be convienient.

    Personally I don't se ethe point in our department using bug tracking at this juncture for a lot of reasons. I just see it being poorrly maintained, but I Was asked to come up with one so here I am.

  • DuNuNuBatman

    I really like subversion. I've done this offsite to our colo so I could access files remotelly and it works rather well. The only problems I had were with larger files 30MB +
    TortoisSVN would hang and I wouldn't know what was going on. Right now I use VisualSVN with VS 2007 Beta 2 and it is pretty cool too. It uses Tortois as its back end.

  • Lloyd_Humph

    DuNuNuBatman wrote:
    I really like subversion. I've done this offsite to our colo so I could access files remotelly and it works rather well. The only problems I had were with larger files 30MB +
    TortoisSVN would hang and I wouldn't know what was going on. Right now I use VisualSVN with VS 2007 Beta 2 and it is pretty cool too. It uses Tortois as its back end.


    Why're you posting on SaraJo's week old posts?

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  • DuNuNuBatman

    Lloyd_Humph wrote:
    
    DuNuNuBatman wrote:
    I really like subversion. I've done this offsite to our colo so I could access files remotelly and it works rather well. The only problems I had were with larger files 30MB +
    TortoisSVN would hang and I wouldn't know what was going on. Right now I use VisualSVN with VS 2007 Beta 2 and it is pretty cool too. It uses Tortois as its back end.


    Why're you posting on SaraJo's week old posts?


    Am I being lectured for offering help? I didn't realize there was a deadline for posting on other peoples threads.

  • SaraJo

     

    Subversian is cool for it's use of trunks and branches, I also love the "blame" feature and easy rollback.

    However, the learning curve sucks as it is a very different interface.

  • DuNuNuBatman

    Yea, I had a hard time installing it on our remote server.
    I used an installer to set it up on my local dev box though and it was pretty painless. I can't seem to find a link to the installer though.

  • ScanIAm

    SaraJo wrote:
    

     

    Subversian is cool for it's use of trunks and branches, I also love the "blame" feature and easy rollback.

    However, the learning curve sucks as it is a very different interface.



    Did you try out tortoise and/or Ankh(sp?).  It may not work any different, but it does help GUI-fy the interface a bit.

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