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Re: gub progress

From: Johannes Schindelin
Subject: Re: gub progress
Date: Mon, 5 Jun 2006 19:00:07 +0200 (CEST)


On Sun, 4 Jun 2006, Pedro Kröger wrote:

> Johannes Schindelin <address@hidden> writes:
> > although you are free to call me an idiot.
> no need to do that :-)


> > - The repository format itself is fragile, just as cvs'. It is based on 
> > patches, so if there is one single patch corrupt, you loose the history 
> > from then on.
> hum, I haven't tought of that.

I actually had a fsck-up, because I accidentally issued a "rm -rf ." in 
one of my private projects. I was not really fast enough with Ctrl-C, 
but git could still access most of the revisions.

> > - git makes it _really_ easy to access older version without checking them 
> > out. For example, I can get the differences in lily/ between 
> > version 1.3.108 and 2.9.7 with "git diff lilypond_1_3_108:lily/  
> > lilypond_2_9_7:lily/".
> this is something that's a little bit annoing about darcs.
> Thanks for your email. I think I'll give git a try.

Please do. And if you run into problems, do not hesitate to ask me, or the 
list. There are even some people on irc...


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