Back in January, I wrote about my feelings that Subversion still beats Git when it comes to the corporate environment. I pointed out that Git has some great features, but that the corporate world was heavily invested in Subversion, and was likely to stay that way.
I subsequently got flamed.
Friday, April 9th, 2010 @ 7:00 am |
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Categories: Technology, Version Control
Tags: Version Control, VCS, Git, distributed, DVCS, subversion, SVN
Note: This post is outdated, and has been superseded by Git Versus Subversion: A Reconsideration.
There are lots of projects heading over to Git these days. It’s not hard to see why: Git offers great merging support, distributed version control, and a great playground. Spots like Github even offer centralization crucial to large open source projects. But when it comes to the corporate world, Git may not be ready for prime time.
Thursday, January 14th, 2010 @ 1:00 am |
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Categories: Version Control, Technology
Tags: subversion, Version Control, VCS, Git, Github