It costs about $2 including stamp, envelope, paper, and ink.
Let's see, wife having a baby in the ruins. To deliver the baby I get to choose between a general practitioner and.... you.
I'll go with the GP, thanks.
Let kids remain deaf so that we can have our own little group.
Wow. Just listen to yourself for a moment... (ducks)
They don't cherry pick, they vacuum up every bit of data they can find, on every single human being they can find. This is their job.
And I must say it is far simpler and clear to use.
Two cents complete.
After 20 years in C++ land I have been writing a lot of Java lately, and it is pretty nice.
...why haven't they been doing this from the start?
In this case, microwaved spam.
Replying on a GUI. Jesus wept.
So an svn "checkout" doesn't "clone"... harharhar, but a git "checkout" "reverts"... terrible humor. Sorry.
Well, they both can take a long ass time for an initial checkout/clone was all I was trying to say, I have never raced identical repositories with identical histories, but that would be mildly interesting.
TortoiseSVN (for example), right click drag, drop, select SVN Move versioned files here. That was exhausting.
So much worse than when, say SmartGit, gets stuck in an endless rebaseing state thereby complete fsking your local repo along with any stashes you may have.
But this is what you get for replying on a GUI.
However most GUI devs I work with (myself included) operate from the command line.
A few grade school problems? Imagine when they are *not* grade school problems.
BTW I will be content with using pure water, at whatever accepted definition of SATP you choose...
It is true, you must use "svn mv" as opposed to "mv."
Pedaphiles: looked down upon by terrorists, communists, witches, drug lords, and file sharers the world over.