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 vmlinux.org 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]