[squeak-dev] Monticello and Branches
siguctua at gmail.com
Sat Feb 23 03:52:23 UTC 2008
On 23/02/2008, Steven W Riggins <mailinglists at geeksrus.com> wrote:
> I have spoken to Avi a little bit about this, but I need some help.
> Sophie has tons of packages, 20+, plus all of the tweak and squeak
> I need a way where I can take the current state of a config map and
> branch it. Really branch it, so any checkins on the branch are
> CLEARLY going into the branch only.
> Avi mentioned using new packages, but quite frankly that seems very
> error prone and cumbersome, especially when you're not exactly sure
> what to do.
> In svn, I simply copy my current tree to a new 'directory' and I'm
> done. I can switch between the branches easily.
> We're getting bitten doing real, crunch time development where I can't
> just easily branch off the current state of our project as "1.0b10"
> and then build, without others checking in code while I am doing this,
> or, working on the branch for 3 days to get it stable while others
> work on the trunk.
> This is very important, so if any of you have solutions for now to use
> MC like I use svn, I'd really appreciate it.
What stops you from doing snapshots to a different directory/repository?
Here it is: a cheap way for branching :)
Igor Stasenko AKA sig.
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