[webkit-dev] Git Familiarity (was ChangeLog)
onekopaka at gmail.com
Sun Jul 5 22:32:15 PDT 2009
Xcode also has Subversion support, but not Git support. I personally
want that Git integration, because I actually use Git fairly often.
But for them Windows users, I think we best stick with Subversion.
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On Jul 5, 2009, at 22:22, "Justin Haygood" <jhaygood at reaktix.com> wrote:
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Benjamin Meyer"
> <ben at meyerhome.net>
> To: "WebKit Development" <webkit-dev at lists.webkit.org>
> Sent: Sunday, July 05, 2009 11:25 PM
> Subject: Re: [webkit-dev] Git Familiarity (was ChangeLog)
>> At least on Windows I use mysygit myself (http://code.google.com/p/msysgit/
>> ) From the project description: "Historically, Git on Windows
>> was only officially supported using Cygwin. To help make a native
>> Windows version, this project was started, based on the fork."
> Still has the following problems:
> 1. No Windows integrated UI. Windows is very UI driven, and all of
> the development tools are UI based. Why should I open up a command
> line to do VCS stuff? I don't have to open up a command line now.
> 2. No Visual Studio integration. Subversion not only has
> TortoiseSVN, but there's AnkhSVN that lets you manage it entirely
> inside Visual Studio.
> I'd vote against any VCS that doesn't match features provided by
> Subversion on all 3 platforms (Mac, Linux, and Windows). *nix devs
> might think opening up a command line to do some development is
> fine, but Windows devs aren't nearly as willing. Why, when all of
> the functionality is available from a UI? I can't think of any major
> feature of Subversion that isn't available from TortoiseSVN.
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