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I want to evaluate, and eventually migrate my svn repository over to Git and have run across SubGit and looks like this would be a great way to do it. Is anyone using/have used the free version of this product?
Ian A Davidson 28-Apr-13 4:40am     CRLF
I tried looking at Git once. It seemed horrendously complicated. Then later when I discovered SVN I've not looked back. I'm not sure why anyone would want to change! :)
Mike Hankey 28-Apr-13 11:36am     CRLF
I've just had problems off and on with SVN, especially with branching and mergin...PITA. Another concern and I don't know wheter it's SVN or AnkhSVN ot Tortoise but I've moduralized my stuff (embedded libraries, AVR) and I want to be able to check out stuff from different areas into one project. As an example I've wrote SPI, Timer and assorted board libs and I want, as I say to be able to reuse them in different projects and as I enhance them I want changes to reflect back to a single spot in the repository. Maybe I just haven't researched it enough, maybe it's possible?
Ian A Davidson 28-Apr-13 11:44am     CRLF
I'm afraid I don't know, I've not had to do anything like that. I hope you have success in your endeavours. Ian.
Mike Hankey 28-Apr-13 11:53am     CRLF
Thanks I'll eventually figure it out whether it's SVN or Git. [edit] Turns out I can check out modules from various places to a project, just couldn't do it using AnkhSVN, had to go into Repo Explorer and do it there and then add to project. [/edit]

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