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Re: dist-git proof of concept phase 1 complete



On Fri, Dec 18, 2009 at 10:16 AM, Jesse Keating <jkeating redhat com> wrote:
<SNIP>
> You guys do realize that there is really only 2 things the Make system
> handles on the CVS side for you?  Creating a tag (which we won't need in
> dist-git), and importing an srpm.  Other than that you've been using the
> real cvs directly.
>
<SNIP>

True, but the only two commands I need to know are 'cvs up' and 'cvs
commit'. It just seems as though from the conversation in this thread
there will be a bit more knowledge needed with the git branching and
what not (or could potentially be needed). Again, I'm not against this
... I've been looking for an excuse to force myself to learn git a bit
better, but I do think this is something that might want to be taken
into consideration.

I'm a big fan of mercurial and I've been told that it would be an easy
transition to git, so I'm really not trying give push back on this.
Just wanted to point out that I agree with AdamW that there is
potential for a regression.

-Adam

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