On 19/04/2008, John-David Dalton <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi Richard,
> I was a little bummed by the switch at first as well.
> Now though I am beginning to see the cool side of it.
> For example before when you wanted to contribute you had to make a
> patch that would only work for the current version of Prototype and
> probably not the version that was in SVN (SVN is very picky about
> With Git and GitHub you can create a forked repo of prototype.
> Commit your changes to it and send the core devs a "pull" request.
> Then they merge the changes into their repo :).
> Also this allows you to target a specific dev or group of devs and
> there are lots of options with Git.
> GitHub is hooked into Lighthouse (Prototype's new home for bug
> tracking) as well.
> It is command line at the time and the GUI's for it are very very
> I am still learning it. I did have some issues getting my fork to
> pulldown, turns out I needed to log into my "pull" address via putty
> first to get it to save some registry info. Here are some links:
> Windows version of Git:
> Helpful links:
Thanks for that. Can't wait for a Tortoise. It would almost be worth
building a TortoiseAnything which provides an interface for
CVS/SVN/GIT/etc to plug into. I bet the boffins are working on this
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