[Haskell-cafe] Re: a newbies confusion with repositories - darcs
iavor.diatchki at gmail.com
Mon Mar 2 13:19:03 EST 2009
Just another point of information, when you make your decision: I
work at a company where we frequently use Haskell and we use git for
almost all of our projects (other VCSs that we use are mercurial and
svn). Also, I use git for all of my open source projects and I find
that it works very well. Darcs is a fine VCS (although I've had
problems with it in the past) but you should not feel that you have to
choose it so that you are considered a "real Haskeller" :-) Good
luck, and welcome to the community!
On Mon, Mar 2, 2009 at 8:58 AM, Maurício <briqueabraque at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> now that I'm finished with my haskell app I take the opportunity to follow
>> up on some things I hadn't quite understood in my so far short venture into
>> the haskell world.
>> Means: Prepare for a number of naive posts to follow.
> We (most of we, actually) have all been there. Some of
> us (me, probably) are still there.
>> But since I have the ambition to become a real haskeller I was gonna make
>> myself acquainted with darcs. Should I skip that and head straight for git?
> Whatever you choose, you'll take some time to get
> used to it. So, if you decided that in the end you'll
> use git, but you want to have a taste of darcs first,
> I recommend you to read the "Patch theory" of darcs
> manual instead:
> There you'll find the best of darcs. If, instead, you
> just use darcs for a little amount of time, you'll
> only taste the beginner headache.
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