[gdal-dev] sandbox access for non-commiters
antonio.valentino at tiscali.it
Thu Oct 6 16:52:39 EDT 2011
Il 06/10/2011 22:01, Etienne Tourigny ha scritto:
> Thanks for the information. It seems that using git-svn is more
> suited for working locally, and then commiting back to the svn repos,
> or as an easy way to stay in-sync with the main repos (like you do).
IMHO the trick is using a separate branch for developing new features in
order to be able to use git freely.
When the job is done one should just rebase (locally) on the branch in
sync with svn and use git-svn to push hanges back into svn.
The weak point in the workflow is the initial cloning of the svn repo.
> For now, I will stick to straight svn (or straight git) because I
> don't know enough about git and don't want to break things!
> thanks, Etienne
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