(2011/01/06 0:46), Rodrigo Rosenfeld Rosas wrote:
> Well, I guess I can help listing some advantages. Using git:
>
> - off-line working: it is possible to develop off-line separating the commits
> - speed: it is much faster to commit, create and alternate branches
> - sharing: it is much faster to fork the project and save your modifications to Github, for instance, allowing others to review your changes easily than sending patches to specific revisions on Redmine.
> - rebasing: Git allows us to easily maintain feature branches, through rebasing and history rewriting until it gets merged to master (or trunk)
> - work-flow: we are able to use many types of work-flow differently from centralized VCS approach.
> - front-end: Github and Gitorious are great examples of good web interface to git and they are pretty much popular among developers. Also, most (if not all) Rails developers use Git as their main (sole?) VCS and they are a great amount of Ruby developers who might me interested in contributing to Ruby.
>
> If I think in more advantages, I'll let you know.

Most advantages and disadvantages are already introduced in this list on previous threads.
So summarizing themis needed.

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