Slightly Off Topic: Rails/SVN/Capistrano...plus Git?

git-svn might be worth a look. But to be honest, I find it a headache to keep things in sync between two version control systems when different people update each system.

Mukund wrote:

git-svn might be worth a look. But to be honest, I find it a headache to keep things in sync between two version control systems when different people update each system.

On Jan 8, 3:09´┐Żam, Jeff Pritchard <rails-mailing-l...@andreas-s.net>

I guess that was a critical piece of info I left out. This is for projects where I'm the sole developer.

thanks, jp

For a sole developer setup where you don't have legacy repos hanging around, I would really recommend git. I have been using it exclusively for the past year and really like the Git + GitHub combination.

As you can see most of the projects (rails, plugins, etc) have moved from SVN to GIT recently, so using GIT during start itself would be helpful to you

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