[ros-dev] Cache / Memory Manager / FileSystemDrivers
aleksey at reactos.org
Thu Jan 8 22:52:24 CET 2009
I thought the same before I tried msysgit + TortoiseGit. As for the
first, core package, msysgit is a native port, and I must say, it
indeed works well. As for the second, TortoiseGit, it's an in-
development tool based on TortoiseSVN and is already usable. Yes, it
lacks many things, "Not yet implemented" messageboxes are quite
often, but, basic needed operations are there, diff/merger are there,
and it doesn't look like an abandoned project.
At least, I don't really want to bugfix Mercurial itself if I have a
working solution with Git under Windows. And many of you know I'm no
fan of cmd line tools :-)
On Jan 9, 2009, at 12:21 AM, Ged wrote:
> GIT is pretty much unusable for us Windows users. It’s ugly and
> clunky and goes hand in hand with linux.
> HG is much better alternative, if nothing else other than the
> tortoise shell extension we’re all so accustomed to with TSVN.
> It’s a shame it’s problematic to move to at the moment.
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