[serious thread] are you using any bug tracking / project management / version control software ?

category: general [glöplog]
svn and dokuwiki, at work and actually even for university assignments (non-code)
added on the 2007-09-14 13:41:23 by skrebbel skrebbel
no, not what's missing, the opposite. does it require cygwin? [maybe i'm still living in yesterday and it's already fully ported..]
added on the 2007-09-14 13:41:35 by 216 216
nothing wrong with living in yesterday. the other day i visited my parents and saw colour tv for the first time. i watched in awe for half a day. life is great!
added on the 2007-09-14 14:00:52 by skrebbel skrebbel
svn is the salvation if there are more than a programmer :) mantig for the bug tracking is a good tool also for small projects
added on the 2007-09-14 17:17:19 by merlucin merlucin
216 I think the one I use is a mingw port. (can't check right now however there's no /cygdrive bullshit with the version I use)
added on the 2007-09-14 20:06:29 by _-_-__ _-_-__

holy crap. Really?
added on the 2007-09-14 21:05:10 by GbND GbND
has anyone experienced AccuRev ?

it's pricey and java but its visuall management of streams (branches) looks easy :)
added on the 2007-12-12 16:19:53 by Zest Zest
I just started using Trac with Subversion. Seems pretty nifty so far...
SVN for both work and play.
added on the 2007-12-12 16:49:30 by wb wb
-_-_- svn is in no way an over-engineered version of cvs - actually it's quite the opposite, it's much more lean than cvs (for instance, there's no special concept for branches or tags - it's just a directory like the trunk is).
it also has support for some stuff cvs misses which was driving me insane back in the days - like true support for directories, versioning support when renaming/moving stuff etc. It also has the nifty feature of allowing you to latest state when you checked it out from the repository, without having access to the repository itself.
added on the 2007-12-12 17:02:24 by sofokles sofokles
oups. that last sentence should read:
"It also has the nifty feature of allowing you to revert your project/file/directory to the latest state when you checked it out from the repository, without having access to the repository itself."

added on the 2007-12-12 17:04:52 by sofokles sofokles
I am not much of a coder, but everything code I do goes in an svn. The overhead for working with it is very minimal.

I am looking at git with a great amount of curiosity, it seems like the ability to go offline and still have things under version control would be a godsend.
added on the 2007-12-12 17:16:10 by jonbro jonbro
added on the 2007-12-12 17:41:55 by hollowman hollowman
nosense :D
added on the 2007-12-12 17:44:12 by sofokles sofokles
added on the 2007-12-12 17:44:29 by sofokles sofokles
Since subversion was ported to Atari a year ago, we use that..
added on the 2007-12-12 18:24:31 by evil evil