Anyone install both? Using each for separate projects obviously. Shouldn’t be a problem, I’m guessing, but hoping to fish out any gotchas. Furthermore, anyone use Tortoise Git, Subversion and Mercurial on the same machine? Edit: Forgot to mention, this is for Windows 7.
Currently I’m using the following SVN clients: TortoiseSVN for Windows and AnkhSVN for Visual Studio 2005+. I heard that GIT has a great level of interoperability with SVN. Would my tools work with a GIT repository?
Are there any native Git implementations for Windows that do not require Cygwin? I’ve become a fan of the TortoiseSVN client, and would really like to see a similar Git client for Windows. Edit: I am also considering Mercurial, but would prefer to check out a few before I make a decision.
I am new to source control and I am confused with something I read on a webpage yesterday (I don’t have the link). I have followed these instructions: “create folder structure”, then “Start Reprobrowser”, then copy source files into trunk folder. Please see the screen shot below: However, when I navigate to the folder using […]
Could someone explain to me the process behind branching and merging? I don’t know if I am doing something wrong but my merges are going very wrong. Here is my scenario: My repository is as follows: /repo |- branches |- tags |- trunk |- readme.txt //readme stores v1.0 Now I need to make 2 branches; […]
Using TortoiseSVN, I need to take changes I’ve done in a branch and then merge them with Trunk. I am the only developer on this project, so I know trunk hasn’t changed. I am learning SVN so that eventually my team can use it. Basically, I want my trunk to look exactly like the branch. […]
I’m using tortoisesvn to create the repositories and wondered if there was a way it could automatically create a skeleton directory structure within the repository? I need this as I’m going to allow other people in the team to set-up new repositories and I need to make it as simple as possible and minimise mistakes. […]
I am using a MacBook Pro running Mac OS X 10.5. I am new to this development environment, and previously worked on Windows. I find there is no TortoiseSVN for Mac PC, and I am wondering any alternative (better free and easy to use GUI tools) tools for Mac? thanks in advance, George
I want to set up TortoiseMerge as a merge tool in Visual Studio 2010. I’m using TFS for source control. In Visual Studio I configured TortoiseMerge to be a merge tool and gave it parameters specified here /base:%3 /mine:%2 /theirs:%1 /basename:%8 /minename:%7 /theirsname:%6 /merged:%4 /mergedname:%9 When I try to merge, the Merge Target says that […]
When I commit files in svn I often get the situation where after it has transmitted all the files svn will hang and then eventually time out with the error svn: E175012: Connection timed out. This seems to happen when I am uploading more than say 20 files. I believe this is happening after all […]