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I used to loath Git's "shiny with sharp edges" nature. Several ways a committer can irrevocably destroy the contents of a repository: git add . / … / git push -f origin master git push origin +master git rebase -i

In fact, branches are tags, and files you already know about, so you really need to learn three new things. Translation: "It's easy, Granny. I didn't figure out what the problem was, but the real problem for me is that people use git, and I have to work with them. Reply Arne Babenhauserheide September 3, 2012 at 5:28 pm In git the regularly used simple things are hard and the seldomly used hard things are simple.

It keeps growing, like a cancer. Why would you do this to new contributors - those with nothing invested in the project, and every incentive to throw their hands up and leave? 9. This may not be ideal. The video portal is essentially a glorified library, so it plays by the same rules as document libraries, for the most part.

  1. Someone could quite conceivably write an improved interface (easygit is a start) that hides unhelpful complexity such as the index and the local repository. 7.
  2. There are thousands of great open source developer tools out there.
  3. Will the shadow enemy win?

All of that takes a backseat when her lover beckons. Here’s how I interpret these definitions: Boundaries: These are hard limits that cannot be changed by you, your site owner, or your IT organization. GitHub), 2) nobody has cloned the data in question and 3) if you don't have your local repo to recover it from again. As others have mentioned, Mercurial is more moderate in this way.

No one makes a 256 terabyte disk drive, but using NTFS you can treat an array of disk drives as a single logical disk. And as a related note, who the hell thought it was a good idea to use the write bit of the permissions as the is-this-checked-out flag?! It will help you to understand how these limits impact you. You do not even deprecate old interfaces until after you have addressed most all of the needs being addressed by the older forms. (And deprecating basically means you go for some

Reply Abraka Dabra November 21, 2016 at 8:55 am Steveko (and a few more people here) are very reasonable in their expectations that in the year 2016 we deserve to have For working on something I then clone the bridge-repo, hack on it, push back into the bridge repo and push from the bridge repo into git. (that’s the old outgoing-incoming repo This happens all the time. As a point of reference, consider Subversion: you have files, a working directory, a repository, versions, branches, and tags.

Git's commands and information model are still inherently difficult to learn, and the situation is not helped by using Subversion command names with different meanings (eg, "svn add" vs "git add"). Subversion's own crappiness is no excuse. Git breaks this promise. Shouldn’t a system which places more work on the contributors be especially easy to use for contributors?

Now login to Github, find your commit, and issue a "pull request" so that someone downstream can merge it. The hodge podge of really commands ("git am" being my favourite) is testament to this. "make it scriptable" - It's much easier to script things with consistent behaviours and easily understood Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Because if you are not already used to git, the current commands are pretty unintuitive and hard to learn.

There's a trade-off though. Interestingly, if you’re using a blog site, there's a limit of 5,000 posts per blog and 1,000 comments per blog post. Social tools in SharePoint Delve (Office 365) profile photos are best uploaded at 96×96 pixels. One final, friendly reminder: Types of limits Microsoft defines three types of limits within SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint Online: I disagree (respectfully, I guess) that three definitions are required, because

Microsoft recommends that: Document libraries should not contain more than 30,000,000 documents (supported). It's understandable that an advanced user might need to know a little about how features are implemented, to grasp subtleties about various commands. If there’s one thing all SharePointers have to keep in mind, it’s the limits of the tool you’re using.

Information model sprawl Remember the complicated information model in step 1?

Most projects have tight reins over who can contribute, and they would tell you to submit a patch. Oh, and "rebase" is a separate command in both Hg & Git for a very good reason - it always modifies history, unlike a merge (which doesn't ever modify history). Förhandsvisa den här boken » Så tycker andra-Skriv en recensionVi kunde inte hitta några recensioner.InnehållAvsnitt 1 Avsnitt 2 Avsnitt 3 Avsnitt 4 Avsnitt 5 Avsnitt 6 Avsnitt 7 Avsnitt 8 Upphovsrätt Dan Carley March 9, 2012 at 4:23 am Agreed, it is complex. #7: Contributors with push access need to be painfully aware of what forcing a push does.

But like any product out there, it has its limits. Glad to know it's git. If the command is dangerous, you have to enable it on first. But the Linux community was always opposite from that.

Just rev to 6000, dump the clutch, and use wheel spin to get round the first corner. A common response I get to complaints about Git's command line complexity is that "you don't need to use all those commands, you can use it like Subversion if that's what It would be lovely to have the command-line interface tidied up but there's no great urgency to do so when you have excellent GUIs like these. Reply Arne Babenhauserheide September 3, 2012 at 5:29 pm Just have a look at Mercurial.

Select the appropriate user OR click Add and enter the name of the user or group that will have access to the folder. Both options suck. Reply chris March 10, 2012 at 2:33 am one of the best complaint about GIt I've ever heard, I completely agree with you ! Additionally, you can follow up to 400,000 "things" in SharePoint, whether it's a colleague, a document, a site, a list item, what have you.

Why? I've seen this happen in practice and it's not pretty.