Thursday, May 27, 2010

using git to track marmoset svn repository

I'm doing some work on marmoset this summer. As an experiment, I'm doing my development in a git repository, using git-svn to track changes in the main svn repository. My changes are somewhat experimental, so I didn't want to commit to svn HEAD, and svn branches are so 1990s. We'll see how it goes. I'm also pushing my changes to a publically-visible git repos: