[RndTbl] Revision control

Gerald Brandt gbr at majentis.com
Fri Sep 30 09:49:53 CDT 2011


Mercurial.  Heres a small howto: http://hginit.com/


----- Original Message -----
> From: "Trevor Cordes" <trevor at tecnopolis.ca>
> To: "MUUG RndTbl" <roundtable at muug.mb.ca>
> Sent: Friday, September 30, 2011 5:51:29 AM
> Subject: [RndTbl] Revision control
> Following up to last month's meeting topic, I'm wondering if anyone
> can
> help me choose a revision control system for my purposes.
> It'll be 2 developers (possibly more later, but always a small
> number).
> We'll share access into 1 box, but I'm thinking we'd prefer a system
> that lets us check out the complete source tree to our own dev boxes
> where we can code, and then merge back up changes.
> Also, it would be great if we could have a way to check out the
> current
> project into a dir that would then serve directly to the web (it's a
> php project).  For example, I'd want a copy to dev on, the other guy
> would have a copy, and a 3rd copy (possibly older) would be the live
> web site.  When commits are shown to be good, we'd check out into the
> live site.  Hope that makes sense.
> I'm thinking CVS or subversion.  I'm not sure this small project
> (maybe
> 30k lines of code) warrants the strangeness of git.  Anything else
> I'm
> missing?  I'd love to hear the pros/cons.
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