[brlug-general] versioning system
jonlancekulp at gmail.com
Mon Aug 24 12:15:56 CDT 2009
I'm part of the Documentation team for Lilypond, the open-source music
notation software project. We use git, and I know a few of the key
contributors use git on Windows successfully. On Linux there's gitk and
git-gui to help on the front end, but generally I find the command line
easier. If you're interested you could check out the "Git on Windows"
section of the Lilypond Contributor's Guide:
On Mon, Aug 24, 2009 at 11:05 AM, mat branyon <mat.branyon at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I've been tasked with setting up a versioning system for my dev team. We
> are a small group, and while I use linux for everything, they use windows
> for the most part (and this might be extended to a couple people running
> I need a versioning system that has a good windows client, as well as
> linux. SVN seemed to fail miserably when someone tried to dl my repository
> onto windows (I think due to the fact that there were some symlinks in it).
> Git doesn't seem to have a decent interface for either linux or windows (I
> don't mind doing command line, but I'm the only one).
> Any suggestions?
> General mailing list
> General at brlug.net
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