git and bzr
martin.langhoff at gmail.com
Tue Nov 28 22:47:38 GMT 2006
On 11/29/06, Nicholas Allen <nick.allen at onlinehome.de> wrote:
> > ps: hope you don't mind I re-added the CC to git at vger in my reply
> Of course not - I also added bzr mailing list back on this discussion too...
> For the kind of development we do this is not really a big deal though
> as all developers can agree on using one RCS. But if you mix git and svn
> in this way then the changes can only go one way (from svn to git) can't
> they as svn is not so intelligent so this somewhat limits its usefulness
> doesn't it?
Well, if you look in the git toolset, you'll find things like git-svn
which is geared to make it almost transparent to use git to work on a
project where the upstream is using svn and push patches into SVN (if
you have write access, naturally). And git-cvsexportcommit which is a
lot less useful but helps me push series of patches from git into cvs
easily and with the certaintly that I am not messing up the content.
> I know bzr it has some beta level plugin support for SVN foreign
> branches (git, mercurial and svk ones too I think) and I believe this
> works in both directions. So you can commit to bzr, push that to an svn
> repository and also pull changes from svn. Merge branches in bzr and
> commit back to svn with log messages and history intact. So bzr still
> allows the use of multiple RCS systems...
Sounds roughly like git-svn ;-)
converge, ye DSCMs
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