Noted. My instinct would be for us to wait about 6-9 months after several other projects move over. If no problems with them, or at least no major problems, then I think it would be fine for us to switch products if other committers would like.
However, this will still require someone SVN-loving enough to do the heavy lifting of migrating our source code over. CVS is still quite fine with me, so I'm not motivated enough to bother with migrating it. Glen --- Jeremias Maerki <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > I use SVN at home and at work. With great success. > Command line works > great and is very easy and intuitive. TortoiseSVN > (Explorer Plug-In for > Windows) is also quite nice although on some not > quite ordinary > operations the thingy seems to do a few things wrong > messing up the > local working copy from time to time. But that's > easily fixed. Even > branching is not scary anymore. :-) > > > On 12.06.2004 00:28:58 Clay Leeds wrote: > > A very interesting read! Looks like a really nice > tool. We may consider > > it ourselves in-house, as the infrastructure has > some really nice > > features! > > > > Jeremias Maerki >