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Post by arscariosus on Sat Jul 17, 2010 1:15 am

Which version control system do you use/prefer for your projects and why?

I haven't used SVN yet, but I'm just curious since the industry seems to be using it widely. Github is okay but my perception might be skewed since it's the first of its kind that I have tried. From what I've read though it seems that you cannot work on SVN when offline ( I don't know how pulling/pushing works there).
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Re: Git and Subversion

Post by rmsalazar on Sat Jul 17, 2010 7:11 am

dont know SVN. Smile but we use Java, C# in our projects. Maybe Kua Pepe knows knows about that hehehehehehhee or the other interns and past officers who are already working..XD
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Re: Git and Subversion

Post by arscariosus on Sat Jul 17, 2010 11:10 am

Both are version control systems, could be used simply as a repository/storage for your projects to monitor projects and dates. But the real usage of this is for teams to monitor the different versions of their projects, so if a problem suddenly comes out from a new version, tracking and rolling back to a previous version is easy.
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Re: Git and Subversion

Post by bhEsquivel on Sun Jul 18, 2010 9:26 am

There many VCS that you can use aside from Git and Subversion. If you are already using GitHub, there's no problem about it, since if you will compare Subversion and Git in terms of branching and merging, it's quite better. However, if you are only a one-man group administering, Subversion is already fine in terms of functionality.
There are two repository you can use in Subversion, FSFS and Berkeley DB. Better to use FSFS rather than Berkeley DB, cause there are limitations using Berkeley DB. You might experience data loss and corruption when there is a problem accessing the database like force termination and database crash, so the only solution here is to have a backup repository.

Just a thought, maybe industries are just wedded to Subversion that's is why they stick to it. Ofcourse, it will still quite easier at first using SVN, but when you become pro on it, Git would perform better. =)

I haven't use any of them, I only have an idea, but I already saw Mercurial and BitKeeper. You might also want to explore it..


We're are not yet using this repository of sources for our project, maybe soon we will deploy it. We don't have yet major projects from the past that's why were are not using it.

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Re: Git and Subversion

Post by arscariosus on Sun Jul 18, 2010 11:25 am

Thanks sir. This is exactly the information I need. We are using private Git repositoriies since my cousin lives in the province, and the other one on the other side of the world. I'm happy using it since commiting then pushing is easy, I'm just curious about SVN which 'came' first. Very Happy

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Re: Git and Subversion

Post by angelie on Sun Jul 18, 2010 4:41 pm

am i on the right place. i don't know any of this. haha. bom

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Re: Git and Subversion

Post by gianbasagre on Wed Jul 21, 2010 12:55 am

Lots of open source projects today are switching from SVN to distributed VCS like Git and Mercurial.

For myself, I use Git. Mercurial have similar features, but I dunno, I just prefer Git. Well my only advice is this: if you're a programmer, USE A VCS. You'll be glad you did.

Renaming folders and files and zipping is not version control. Razz

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Re: Git and Subversion

Post by angelie on Wed Jul 21, 2010 8:45 am

sir gian, signature po, gawa kayo . hehe. Smile Cool

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