On Jan 10, 2004, at 4:38 pm, David Neary wrote:
It kind of does - it's not changeset oriented in the way that BK
or Arch are, but checking in several files at once is possible,
and cvs2svn manages to make changesets out of commits that happen
with the same comment, at the same time, by the same person for
Subversion repositories. Anyway, the rule of thumb is "when
you've finished a "thing", get it out of your local tree as
quickly as possible (either by sending it to CVS or attaching it
as a patch to a bug report). The "thing" could be a feature, a
document, or a bug fix.
Totally agreed. I just wanted to point out that a "thing" is often
spread over many files in documentation which makes it look like
it's a heavy change although in reality it is not and of course
those things should be commited as a whole in one batch.
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