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#ActualCornstalks

Posted 21 January 2013 - 04:33 PM

No need for a server/internet connection; you can commit, do diffs, or view the log all on your local system

 

As mentioned before, you can use Subversion on your computer without having to install a server. Especially with TortoiseSVN it is a matter of less than 10 clicks.

Sure, but my point was that I can have both a server that I push to and still do all that I need to without an internet connection. Maybe "no need for a server" wasn't the best way to say it and I should've just stuck with "no need for an internet connection."

 

With centralized version control systems (a la SVN), you've got one place you push and pull your updates to and from, which means I can't push/pull to/from different partitions or other computers like I can with git.

 

Why not setup your own server and do all your source control on it? I found it quite easy to do.

I did, but sometimes my internet dies or I'm programming in various places and don't have an internet connection. The lack of internet connection limits me in no way from my development though (at least from the SCM perspective). It's particularly nice when working on different partitions with no internet connection.


#1Cornstalks

Posted 21 January 2013 - 04:29 PM

No need for a server/internet connection; you can commit, do diffs, or view the log all on your local system

 

As mentioned before, you can use Subversion on your computer without having to install a server. Especially with TortoiseSVN it is a matter of less than 10 clicks.

Sure, but my point was that I can have both a server that I push to and still do all that I need to without an internet connection. Maybe "no need for a server" wasn't the best way to say it and I should've just stuck with "no need for an internet connection."

 

With centralized version control systems (a la SVN), you've got one place you push and pull your updates to and from, which means I can't push/pull to/from different partitions or other computers like I can with git.

 

Why not setup your own server and do all your source control on it? I found it quite easy to do.

I did, but sometimes my internet dies or I'm programming in various places and don't have an internet connection. The lack of internet connection limits me in no way from my development though (at least from the SCM perspective).


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