git init

Post by Scott Vlaminck

Jason Rudolph has a great post discussing getting started with git, the new kid on the block for version control.

That post alone makes a compelling argument to me for trying it out. This quote hit a little too close to home:

Do I really want to create a new repository just for this experiment? Should it go in my local repo, or does it belong up on the shared repo? Should I bother setting up the standard dirs for trunk, tags, and branches? Maybe I should just add it to a grab-bag repo for now? Nah. Forget it. It’s not worth the trouble yet.

Other benefits aside, ease of setup is a killer feature for me.

About Scott Vlaminck

believes software development is more about people than technology; believes in agile processes; software developer, engineer, designer, architect, or whatever they're calling us these days; enjoys discussing software design; working on a program to write other programs (but it hasn't written itself yet).
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