[xquery-talk] [xml-dev] OT: Suggestion for new OSS SCC site / tool for xmlsh ? SourceForge has gone to the dark side.
john.snelson at marklogic.com
Mon Nov 25 06:53:35 PST 2013
Github's pretty good - I used this to become familiar with Git (your
life will get better ;-)):
The main issue I have is it's lack of release management support. And
yes, unlike HTML 5 I do believe having release checkpoints benefits
With a dig at HTML 5, I think this thread is now back on topic, right?
On 25/11/2013 14:42, Michael Sokolov wrote:
> On 11/25/2013 09:23 AM, David Lee wrote:
>> I am so annoyed by this thread and the associated links which seem to
>> clear the FUD
>> Do I need (want to?) learn "git" ? and move to github ? My "Git"
>> experience so far has been disappointing (I cant figure it out ! The
>> model makes no sense and I never know if stuff is checked in or not)
>> I have some projects on google code which has been sufficient and
>> trustworthy as sites go ... but it has that "google owns you"
>> creepiness factor.
> David, I researched these options a year or so ago and concluded it was
> time to learn git/github; however lack of good support for hosting large
> binaries kind of forces you to host those elsewhere. Google code seems
> like the other main option. I wonder if there isn't a possibility SF
> will right the ship, though?
> About git: you can use git more-or-less like svn, although there are
> definitely extra steps. One thing I have come to really like about it
> is the ability to commit changes without immediately sharing them with
> the world (you commit, and then push, as two steps). You could do this
> with svn branches, kind of, but they seem so heavyweight and I never
> really use them as much as perhaps I should. I do find myself searching
> stackoverflow every so often when I get into weird git situations.
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John Snelson, Lead Engineer http://twitter.com/jpcs
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