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Re: cvs init
Re: cvs init
Sat, 9 Apr 2005 19:52:05 -0400
Good to hear you are moving to a versioning system. Some questions to
clarify what you are trying to do...
On Apr 9, 2005 5:36 PM, Andy Pieters <address@hidden> wrote:
> Greetings fellow coders.
> I am on a production site and am facing the following situation
> product basic release
> product silver release
> product gold release
> new product based on basic release
> new product based on basic release gold release
Do the levels indicate versions of the product or do they represent
feature sets? E.g. basic consists of feature a+b, silver is (a+b)+c
and gold is ((a+b)+c)+d) where a..d are fearutes.
> Changes to the base need to trickle down to all others, but should be like
> gravity, one way!
> I was told CVS is suited for this job and have successfully setup a pserver on
> our LAN
> I need some help here to actually start. I made a repository
> product-basic-release and tried to branch it into
Changes made to product-basic-release will not automatically
propagated to the branch product-basic-release-silver. You would have
to merge the changes to the branch.
> I think that worked as well but then comes the biggest question. Where to go
> from here? I did find tons and tons of information on the net but am
> drawning in it.
> Kind regards
> Registered Linux User Number 379093
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Well I guess it was actually one question and a statement.
- cvs init, Andy Pieters, 2005/04/09
- Re: cvs init,
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