On Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 19:50, Jeremy Kemper <jeremy / bitsweat.net> wrote:

> For decentralized development, cheap, effective branching and merging
> is awesome and desperately needed. Git and many other SCMs beat the
> pants off Subversion in this respect, and this alone is worth it.
>

OK, so now explain why Git, and why none of the many other SCMs.

For example, bzr has a much simpler to understand interface than Git, and
unlike Git it has a proper Windows version. It allows decentralized,
disconnected development, and supports easy feature branching.

Bzr also has excellent integration with RedMine, and there's the option of
using LaunchPad if something even more elaborate is needed.

So, why not bzr?


mathew
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