I wrote that mostly because of this:sinbad wrote:Feel free to denigrate my evaluation process and opinion, I can take it. Still, your summary is exaggerated for effect and confidently manages to ignore every salient point I've ever made during my evaluation, but hey, those are only details, they can't possibly be important. Not when you have 'absolute truths' to defend.mahok wrote:And that is why they will use Mercurial. Yeah, carefully considered.
I find it rather sad that some Git advocates resort to cheap shots, patronising remarks and abuse when someone makes a decision they don't agree with. But, whatever helps you get through the day and maintain your belief that Git is universally the best answer for everyone and unchallengeable in absolutely all respects. At least I don't go around trying to tell other people what's best for them, I just explain what's best for me. Feel free to disagree, I'm comfortable with people having different opinions to mine even if you are not.
Now, what were you saying about elitism, arrogance, religions and all those things...?jacmoe wrote: IMO, Git is great for a one person 'team', or very small teams. Git is fun, it has lots of coolness factor.
You sure sound like a fanboy, Betajaen.
I really hate that lousy pile of shit which is TortoiseGit.
I've booted into Linux more than once because of Gits crappyness on anything other than Thorvald's OS.
You two cents means nothing.
Since you've only used Git, I mean.
The big problem with Git is that it really hasn't moved much further away from being Linus' hastily put together set of repo tools targeting only Linux.
And I really don't need to learn all the nooks and crannies of Git, when Mercurial is doing what I need it to do, in a more straight-forward manner.
Git is just too geeky for my tastes.
And Linus’ Google Tech Talk convinced me that choosing Mercurial was the right choice.
You don't notice Mercurial users much, because they don't spend their time evangelising.
CodePlex -> http://www.codeplex.com/ (By Microsoft )
You don't have to understand the switch, as it is the Ogre team who decides what's best suits their needs.
Yeah, it is pretty *cool* that you can fork a project and follow it and feel that you are part of a social network around the project..
If you need that sort of programmers facebook environment around it, then it's fine.
If you weren't blinded by faith, you'll see that Sinbad performed an extensive evaluation.
So, sorry Git evangelists.
Have nothing against Git per se - it's basically Linus' set of dvcs programmers tools.
Well, I think it's safe to say that Linux and Git has the largest number of evangelisers, compared to almost everything else.
Get a life for Christ sake.
All I see here is jacmoe trolling every post about git based on... git evagelists... where?
You guys basically started the thread, and kept the tone, attacking the git users as elitists, based on what experience and numbers?
What will be the next pearl? "It is a witch! Burn!"?
You guys don't seem to be different from these so called "arrogant git/linux people" from what we can read here.
Don't tell me the quotes are out of context...