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mtn usage... [Aug. 21st, 2008|07:48 am]
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It's been brought up by certain people, that they "know" how pidgin developers use monotone, and that monotone is an inferrior tool. Thus I decided to take the time to document how *I* use monotone. Keep in mind, I use monotone for everything nowadays. The only time I use a different (D)VCS is when I'm working on a project that I didn't start.

At any rate, I'd be extremely curious to see the usage/flow of the same actions (working on an existing branch, branching a branch, starting a new project/branch, working on a new (to you) project/branch, merging branches, and serving a new project/branch) in other (D)VCS's as well.

Below is the fruit for said labor (click it for the full sized version, it's about 400KB though...). The digrams were created with dot from the graphviz package. The source of the diagrams can be found over here.

the graph

the key
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From: manuzhai
2008-08-21 07:51 pm (UTC)

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Hmm, I was going to make a hg equivalent because it seems like an interesting comparison, but when I run this with the latest stable windows snapshot of graphviz, it gets all jumbled up. Any clues on how to get it right?
From: (Anonymous)
2008-08-21 07:54 pm (UTC)

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define jumbled up or are you seeing any output when running it?
From: manuzhai
2008-08-21 08:01 pm (UTC)

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Yeah, I'm seeing output, but all the boxes/edges are on top of each other.
[User Picture]From: gary_kramlich
2008-08-21 08:18 pm (UTC)

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and you're using dot?

Try adding rankdir = "bt"; to the graph attributes. (see below)

digraph {
label = "grim's monotone usage/flow";
labelloc = "top";
rankdir= "bt";

I updated the dot file as well. I get the same output, but it might work better for you?
From: jamestiala
2008-10-17 12:24 am (UTC)

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It might work, but it might not. You should \ > choose a better URI. > > > > theXalanTransformer. InstallExternalFunction( > > theNamespace, > > XalanDOMString("cube > > FunctionCube > > > > XercesDOMSupport theDOMSupport; > > XercesParserLiaison theParserLiaison(theDOMSupport); > > > > XalanDocument* theDocument = > > theParserLiaison.
From: cristobalpittm
2008-10-17 01:20 am (UTC)

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The fun starts when the lines are coincident (on top of each other, so they are parallel as well). If the lines go in opposite directions they can't collide, but otherwise they might.
From: machembree
2008-10-17 01:00 am (UTC)

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When running in parallel we # prefix the service output with it's name as the output will get # jumbled up.
From: thurmanmundaco
2008-10-17 12:31 am (UTC)

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Org Proxy-Connection: close Any clue how to get pictures to rotate with flash. Any free or pay programs.
From: artenever
2008-10-17 01:16 am (UTC)

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But to get a network connection, I need to get a proxy connection which uses a self-signed certificate, which causes the builtin Sugar browser to reject the request.
From: tonyakendle
2008-10-17 02:05 am (UTC)

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Com Content-Type: text/html; charset=utf-8 X-Cache: MISS from First Connection: close Any clue how to get pictures to rotate with flash.
From: felipec.myopenid.com
2008-08-23 01:16 am (UTC)

This is how it would look like in git

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Take a look at this:
http://files.openomy.com/public/felipec/mtn-usage-git.png

It's so simple you don't even need a diagram.

BTW. It might not look like that but it's either 'git clone' to use an existing repository, or 'git init' to create a new one.
From: felipec.myopenid.com
2008-08-23 02:15 am (UTC)

Re: This is how it would look like in git

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Actually, this is how it would look like:
http://files.openomy.com/public/felipec/git-usage.png

As you can see, the diagram is not really needed since the operations are straightforward.

If you want to do something, there's a command to do it.
From: boydnicols
2008-10-17 12:22 am (UTC)

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If they really want to do something different they'd do something like an OpenBSD base. 43 • (by RC on GMT from United States) I would really like to see them do the Fedora base.
From: dannyherryford
2008-10-17 01:51 am (UTC)

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If they really want to do something different they'd do something like an OpenBSD base. 43 • (by RC on GMT from United States) I would really like to see them do the Fedora base.
From: marlonjansen
2008-10-17 02:09 am (UTC)

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If they really want to do something different they'd do something like an OpenBSD base. 43 • (by RC on GMT from United States) I would really like to see them do the Fedora base.
From: alonsopitman
2008-10-17 02:29 am (UTC)

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If they really want to do something different they'd do something like an OpenBSD base. 43 • (by RC on GMT from United States) I would really like to see them do the Fedora base.
From: gemmadelicht
2008-10-17 02:39 am (UTC)

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If they really want to do something different they'd do something like an OpenBSD base. 43 • (by RC on GMT from United States) I would really like to see them do the Fedora base.
From: rexvesey
2008-10-17 02:57 am (UTC)

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If they really want to do something different they'd do something like an OpenBSD base. 43 • (by RC on GMT from United States) I would really like to see them do the Fedora base.
From: erichreede
2008-10-17 04:15 am (UTC)

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If they really want to do something different they'd do something like an OpenBSD base. 43 • (by RC on GMT from United States) I would really like to see them do the Fedora base.