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To Git or not to Git...

Ryan Lubke-2
Hey Folks,

Some of you may have noticed that for several weeks we had switched over
to Git for Grizzly 2.0 scm services.   Some of you may have *also* noticed
that towards the middle of this week, we started using Mercurial.

I won't bore you with the details as to why the switch from Git to
Mercurial was made, however, at this point in time we now have approval
to use
what community would prefer (i.e., if the community prefers Git, then
that's what we'll go with or vice versa).

My two cents on the topic:
   - Functionally, no clear winner in my book.
   - Tooling:  I've found the mercurial plugin within Intellij to be
lacking
      in some features that I enjoyed while using Git.
   - Adoption/Growth:  Git appears to have the larger portion of mindshare.


So, what would you, members of the community, prefer to use going forward?

[  ]  Git
[  ]  Mercurial

Please cast your votes!

Thanks,
-rl


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Re: To Git or not to Git...

Sebastien Dionne

Git

On Apr 8, 2011 1:23 PM, "Ryan Lubke" <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Hey Folks,
>
> Some of you may have noticed that for several weeks we had switched over
> to Git for Grizzly 2.0 scm services. Some of you may have *also* noticed
> that towards the middle of this week, we started using Mercurial.
>
> I won't bore you with the details as to why the switch from Git to
> Mercurial was made, however, at this point in time we now have approval
> to use
> what community would prefer (i.e., if the community prefers Git, then
> that's what we'll go with or vice versa).
>
> My two cents on the topic:
> - Functionally, no clear winner in my book.
> - Tooling: I've found the mercurial plugin within Intellij to be
> lacking
> in some features that I enjoyed while using Git.
> - Adoption/Growth: Git appears to have the larger portion of mindshare.
>
>
> So, what would you, members of the community, prefer to use going forward?
>
> [ ] Git
> [ ] Mercurial
>
> Please cast your votes!
>
> Thanks,
> -rl
>
>
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Re: To Git or not to Git...

Grey

Hands down and without equivocation. GIT
On Apr 8, 2011 1:25 PM, "Sebastien Dionne" <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Git
>
> On Apr 8, 2011 1:23 PM, "Ryan Lubke" <[hidden email]> wrote:
> > Hey Folks,
> >
> > Some of you may have noticed that for several weeks we had switched over
> > to Git for Grizzly 2.0 scm services. Some of you may have *also* noticed
> > that towards the middle of this week, we started using Mercurial.
> >
> > I won't bore you with the details as to why the switch from Git to
> > Mercurial was made, however, at this point in time we now have approval
> > to use
> > what community would prefer (i.e., if the community prefers Git, then
> > that's what we'll go with or vice versa).
> >
> > My two cents on the topic:
> > - Functionally, no clear winner in my book.
> > - Tooling: I've found the mercurial plugin within Intellij to be
> > lacking
> > in some features that I enjoyed while using Git.
> > - Adoption/Growth: Git appears to have the larger portion of mindshare.
> >
> >
> > So, what would you, members of the community, prefer to use going forward?
> >
> > [ ] Git
> > [ ] Mercurial
> >
> > Please cast your votes!
> >
> > Thanks,
> > -rl
> >
> >

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Re: To Git or not to Git...

stefano
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git, thumbs up.

On Fri, Apr 8, 2011 at 7:22 PM, Ryan Lubke <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hey Folks,
>
> Some of you may have noticed that for several weeks we had switched over
> to Git for Grizzly 2.0 scm services.   Some of you may have *also* noticed
> that towards the middle of this week, we started using Mercurial.
>
> I won't bore you with the details as to why the switch from Git to
> Mercurial was made, however, at this point in time we now have approval
> to use
> what community would prefer (i.e., if the community prefers Git, then
> that's what we'll go with or vice versa).
>
> My two cents on the topic:
>  - Functionally, no clear winner in my book.
>  - Tooling:  I've found the mercurial plugin within Intellij to be
> lacking
>     in some features that I enjoyed while using Git.
>  - Adoption/Growth:  Git appears to have the larger portion of mindshare.
>
>
> So, what would you, members of the community, prefer to use going forward?
>
> [  ]  Git
> [  ]  Mercurial
>
> Please cast your votes!
>
> Thanks,
> -rl
>
>
>
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Re: To Git or not to Git...

Ryan Lubke-2
Keep 'em coming!

We'd like to close on this by the end of the week, so we'd like to hear
from more of you.




On 4/12/11 2:42 AM, stefano wrote:

> git, thumbs up.
>
> On Fri, Apr 8, 2011 at 7:22 PM, Ryan Lubke<[hidden email]>  wrote:
>> Hey Folks,
>>
>> Some of you may have noticed that for several weeks we had switched over
>> to Git for Grizzly 2.0 scm services.   Some of you may have *also* noticed
>> that towards the middle of this week, we started using Mercurial.
>>
>> I won't bore you with the details as to why the switch from Git to
>> Mercurial was made, however, at this point in time we now have approval
>> to use
>> what community would prefer (i.e., if the community prefers Git, then
>> that's what we'll go with or vice versa).
>>
>> My two cents on the topic:
>>   - Functionally, no clear winner in my book.
>>   - Tooling:  I've found the mercurial plugin within Intellij to be
>> lacking
>>      in some features that I enjoyed while using Git.
>>   - Adoption/Growth:  Git appears to have the larger portion of mindshare.
>>
>>
>> So, what would you, members of the community, prefer to use going forward?
>>
>> [  ]  Git
>> [  ]  Mercurial
>>
>> Please cast your votes!
>>
>> Thanks,
>> -rl
>>
>>
>>

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Re: To Git or not to Git...

Alex Li
Git.

After staying on bzr for 2.5 years, my company moved to git recently. I was the decision maker both times and felt only Git is getting mainstream support now.

alex

On Tue, Apr 12, 2011 at 10:29 AM, Ryan Lubke <[hidden email]> wrote:
Keep 'em coming!

We'd like to close on this by the end of the week, so we'd like to hear from more of you.





On 4/12/11 2:42 AM, stefano wrote:
git, thumbs up.

On Fri, Apr 8, 2011 at 7:22 PM, Ryan Lubke<[hidden email]>  wrote:
Hey Folks,

Some of you may have noticed that for several weeks we had switched over
to Git for Grizzly 2.0 scm services.   Some of you may have *also* noticed
that towards the middle of this week, we started using Mercurial.

I won't bore you with the details as to why the switch from Git to
Mercurial was made, however, at this point in time we now have approval
to use
what community would prefer (i.e., if the community prefers Git, then
that's what we'll go with or vice versa).

My two cents on the topic:
 - Functionally, no clear winner in my book.
 - Tooling:  I've found the mercurial plugin within Intellij to be
lacking
    in some features that I enjoyed while using Git.
 - Adoption/Growth:  Git appears to have the larger portion of mindshare.


So, what would you, members of the community, prefer to use going forward?

[  ]  Git
[  ]  Mercurial

Please cast your votes!

Thanks,
-rl





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Re: To Git or not to Git...

cdollins
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git +1
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Re: To Git or not to Git...

Ryan Lubke-2
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Thanks to all who responded.

The git repository is now live (again).

Anonymous access: git://java.net/grizzly~git
Developer access:    <a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="ssh://">ssh://<java.net userid>@git.java.net/grizzly~git

-rl


On 4/8/11 10:20 AM, Ryan Lubke wrote:
Hey Folks,

Some of you may have noticed that for several weeks we had switched over to Git for Grizzly 2.0 scm services.   Some of you may have *also* noticed
that towards the middle of this week, we started using Mercurial.

I won't bore you with the details as to why the switch from Git to Mercurial was made, however, at this point in time we now have approval to use
what community would prefer (i.e., if the community prefers Git, then that's what we'll go with or vice versa).

My two cents on the topic:
  - Functionally, no clear winner in my book.
  - Tooling:  I've found the mercurial plugin within Intellij to be lacking
     in some features that I enjoyed while using Git.
  - Adoption/Growth:  Git appears to have the larger portion of mindshare.


So, what would you, members of the community, prefer to use going forward?

[  ]  Git
[  ]  Mercurial

Please cast your votes!

Thanks,
-rl