[Dev-luatex] trunk is broken
taco at elvenkind.com
Tue Jul 14 11:44:47 CEST 2009
David Kastrup wrote:
> At some point of time you might find it worth doing your checkouts with
> "git svn" and then working with git. One of the advantages is that you
> can perfectly well work offline (including working with all of the
> project history), and do that very efficiently. Another is that
> maintaining local branches (and moving them to another computer) is also
> quite painless.
I have been told by a few people already that I could set up a git in
front of the subversion repository to act as a local frontend, but I
never seem to manage to find the time to learn how to use git, not even
for such 'trivial' use.
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