dalescott at shaw.ca
Thu Sep 29 20:02:57 UTC 2016
For what it's worth, I'm typically a sole developer and I use Git. It's not complicated to pick up the basics, and I find it invaluable to easily create branches for new investigations or feature development, park new code for a while if the old (i.e. production) code needs a quick bug fix or new feature, and easily merge branches back into the main code after both have diverged. A more modern tool doesn't necessarily make your life more complicated, it can also simplify work and add to your career toolbox.
My nickel's worth....
> On Sep 29, 2016, at 1:31 PM, Doug Hardie <doug at mail.sermon-archive.info> wrote:
>> On 29 September 2016, at 05:57, Warren Block <wblock at wonkity.com> wrote:
>> On Wed, 28 Sep 2016, Doug Hardie wrote:
>>>> p.s. I learned CVS from an earlier version of this book. The current
>>>> edition (3 e.) is available as a PDF download:
>>> Thank you for the detailed response. It makes sense now. I am in the middle of working my way through that book. I should have asked about this years ago.
>> Subversion is the modern successor to CVS. The book on it is on the same site: http://svnbook.red-bean.com/
> I looked through that. Subversion is a more complicated system. There is only one developer (me) so I don't really want to make this into more than I need.
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