[pLog-svn] Which one should I use?

Jon Daley plogworld at jon.limedaley.com
Tue Sep 20 12:01:18 GMT 2005

On Tue, 20 Sep 2005, Oscar Renalias wrote:
> - You should never commit to a folder under tags/. Svn is not going to
> prevent you from doing it because svn has no concept of "tags", while
> cvs did.
 	How do you do the authentication for svn?  It would be a manual 
process, but if you have authentication set up the way I have on my 
computer, you could manually mark the tags directory as read-only.  I 
don't know if it that is worth much - as long as people just know what 
they are supposed to do.

> - The 1.0.2 *branch* is still open for bug-fixes. After all, what we
> released last weekend is just a beta
 	Oh - I missed the fact that it is a beta.  You mean you think we 
don't write perfect code??  (:

> - In case you were wondering,  regarding merging 1.0.2 with 1.1, all
> we need to do in the future is merge only branches/plog-1.0.2 from
> revision 2xxx onwards, so that we don't merge the same stuff twice.
 	Yes.  I was thinking about whether it would be easier to merge 
more often, rather than one huge merge every six months?  It seems like it 
would be less of a monster, if we had little increments.

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