What’s the best dcvs to use with Qt ?
A good troll is the best way to generate so activity, and to test more :)
Personally, I use bzr, but the lack of support in various IDE is anoying, and it’s too bad Qt’s translation system isn’t compatible with Launchpad (not out of the box).
What about you ?
I use git for my projects also on the projects that I intent to contribute, they’re using git as well, but I don’t like the Linus’ attitude on it :P (like the one here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AxkGKtVNdik)
:) If you mean a versioning system, we use git and love it! Personally I still need some help when I make an ass out of myself, but being able to develop offline and then push a big chunk of commits is really awesomeerrrm, what’s a dcvs?
- git stash
- git pull --rebase
- git stash pop
Trying out some quoting.
Personally I like Mercurial. Because it works better than Git on my Windows 7. And TortoiseHg is good too.
But for Qt apps, maybe Git is better choise. See gitorious [qt.gitorious.org] . :)
I saw a blueprint about adding bzr support to Qt Creator over at the ubuntu web page. Check the Creator plugin page [developer.qt.nokia.com] for a link.
PS: Please update the page if anything needs updating or you know of a plugin that is missing there.
I use Git only because it seems to work slightly better than bzr, but I’m with Milot, I can’t stand Linus. One pro for me is, I’m seeing more repositories out there that support git, especially in the Ruby community.
I might give mercurial a try.
Subversion seems to be a great central repository. I sometimes have a central repo with svn and use git or bzr locally. There are pros and cons to this depending on which dvcs you use.
I haven’t used any other DVCS then git. Using SVN after getting acquainted with git is like being a prisoner in Plato’s Cave [en.wikipedia.org] that is let out to gaze upon the sun then bundled back into the cave and chained to the wall again.
Git plug: A great reference site for git is git ready [gitready.com]