[development] CVS -> GIT
nan_wich at bellsouth.net
Fri Feb 18 16:13:55 UTC 2011
"I would highly recommend learning the CLI git interface in place of
TortoiseGit.I would highly recommend learning the CLI git interface in place of
Using a CLI on Windoze is a pain - and, yes, there are a few of us misguided
folks who use Windows.
From: Brian Vuyk <brian at brianvuyk.com>
To: development at drupal.org
Sent: Fri, February 18, 2011 10:56:51 AM
Subject: Re: [development] CVS -> GIT
The switch isn't being thrown until the 24th ;)
I would highly recommend learning the CLI git interface in place of TortoiseGit.
Once you know the basics, it's not that scary, and it's incredibly powerful.
That said, it's your call.
The Git Community Book at http://book.git-scm.com/index.html is a great
resource, whether you use the command line or a GUI. It is command-line focused,
but regardless of your chosen interface, it provides a very useful understanding
of how Git works under the cover. Understanding these concepts will go a long
ways to helping you understand what exactly the various buttons or commands do
to your repository.
On 11-02-18 10:43 AM, nan wich wrote:
Okay, now that the switch finally got thrown, I'm left with unfinished module
updates and need to come up to speed quickly.
>I freely admit, I am not a super fan of CLI. I used to use TortoiseCVS. I've
>downloaded TortoiseGit, but am totally lost. I'm not finding a lot on GUI use on
>DO. Did I miss it? Or is there someone who can talk me through the common module
>dev functions (off-list)?
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