[SM-Discuss] SCM tools...
Andrew "ruskie" Levstik
ruskie at mages.ath.cx
Fri Mar 10 02:52:24 EST 2006
No this is not we should use a particular tool as our SCM...
This is a proposal for a new grimoire section.
As someone on the formu pointed out they like our logical organisation
of spells into section...
However I belive not all spells are where they should be so I'm trying
to solve that where I can...
I've been looking in the devel section and noticed the following spells
Notice any SCM missing??? ;)
I'll get to that part :)
I also found the following in the devel section...
A tool that records a VNC session as an SWF Flash file
Cross-browser WYSIWYG editor for Zope
MySQL GUI interface
A text mode programming environment
IDE written in C#
allows Apache to serve ASP.NET pages
Unix shell embedded in Scheme
Graphviz - open source graph drawing software
recode can convert almost any character set to almost any other.
a fast and lightweight GTK+2 IDE
Unix Man page / Perldoc / Info page web interface
PHP/Web-based MySQL server/database management tool
PHP/Web-based PostgreSQL server/database management tool
C/C++ IDE for gnome
PHP tools to me don't fit here... and I consider an IDE a special
instance of an editor with some cruft added and then there are the obvius
WTH is that doing in there like vnc2swf....
OK figured out what popular SCM was missing up there yet...
Yup that's right subversion...
so a gaze where revealed it was in collab...
And I found the following in collab...
Transaction-based software configuration management system
RapidSVN is wxWindows-based Subversion client
Compelling replacement for CVS
PyGTK GUI Client for the Subversion version control system
Hmm ok collab makes a bit more sense that devel imho but still...
I would propose either devel-collab or devel-scm section into which all
the scm related tools&utils can be put...
And also put the IDE's into editors and so on....
OK if you've followed me thus far I'm proposing a general cleanup of such
This isn't only limited to SCM's
But the idea is you've gotta start someplace...
Comments, suggestions, support, flames...
Andrew "ruskie" Levstik
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