bzr-gtk vs. QBzr
Colin D Bennett
colin at gibibit.com
Wed Feb 25 20:59:40 GMT 2009
On Wed, 25 Feb 2009 15:35:47 -0500
Karl Fogel <karl.fogel at canonical.com> wrote:
> Russel Winder <russel.winder at concertant.com> writes:
> > I suspect that non-programmers will be the main audience even though
> > historically Bazaar has been aimed at programmers. Experience shows
> > that TortoiseSvn works and does the job. If TortoiseBzr isn't at least
> > as good and usable Svn will be used in preference to Bazaar not because
> > of CVCS vs DVCS issues but simply because the GUI is better.
> FWIW, all the anecdotal evidence (bug reports, mailing list traffic,
> etc) is that TortoiseSVN users are the vast majority of all Subversion
> users -- above 90%, possibly way above.
Sadly, all the TortoiseSVN users I know (my team members on a
university project) have no clue how to do basic operations like
"diff", "revert", "switch", etc. which are simple in the command line,
but you have to find the right menu option (diff is "Create Patch", I
think) for it. I'd like to tell them, "just run 'svn diff'", but they
have no idea that there is even a command line for Subversion!
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