More about Bzrweb and some about Git

OK, I admit it. I cannot decide what version control system (VCS) to use. I’m stuck between the speed and massive snow ball effect of Git and the ease of use and emotional attachment I have to Bazaar. I’ve been “maintaining” bzrweb for a while now, not doing a very good job of it though. It’s lagging behind considerably to the bzr API. After the upgrade of to the latest Ubuntu server release bzrweb actually didn’t work at all. [Read More]

Learning About GIT

It has been a long time coming, but now I’m seriously starting to look at Git. Git is the content tracker used by the Linux kernel folks, initially developed by Torvalds. At Westermo R&D we use Subversion for our daily operations and today I started migrating the software to Git. Mainly just to get a comparison of performance, storage size and to explore how we can use Git on top of svn to become more productive when working in parallel in different teams. [Read More]