On Thu, 08 Nov 2007 09:31:09 -0500 "Jonathan S. Shapiro" <shap eros-os com> wrote: > What hg is buying us is the following: > > 1. I can set up a temporary local workspace, make and retract local > commits, figure out what the heck I was doing, and easily > generate a consolidated commit at the end. > > This is VERY helpful when I am multitasking (one problem, one > workspace). It is also very helpful when I am moving work back > and forth between office and home and don't want to commit > centrally yet. > > 2. We can pull changesets laterally to accept patches or to > collaborate with outsiders for review, and then have the > reviewer push them forward into the central repo. > > 3. The ability to work on airplanes or in remote locations and > recover when we screw up. > > So far, we aren't making a lot of use of patch queues, mainly because > we haven't had time to learn about that much. > > I'm not pushing for any change. I'm just trying to answer the workflow > question. Have you ever found yourself needing to do any of those things within the context of our Package VCS? -- Jesse Keating Fedora -- All my bits are free, are yours?
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