I’ve been using svn for a good few years now, and until a few months ago resisted the change of moving to another versioning software. However as the general buz of the internet turned more and more to distributed version control systems I started to read up a little on them.
I saw bazaar and git as the two potential front runners but after some of the Kohana devs made some noise about Git (and hinted Kohana may ultimately move towards Git), I decided to pick up and Git as my potential weapon of choice.
I’m not going to lie, the learning curve (for me at least) was steep, and I still have a whole lot to learn, but I think I’m now at the point where I could replace svn at least.
So in the hope it may help others, I have included some of the resources I found most helpful here. If you have any others I would love to hear them!
- Everyday Git with 20 commands or so
- Git SVN Workflow
- User Manual
- Git and Bazaar
- Git – SVN Crash Course
- Using Git with Subversion
Hope the above help others out, each one proved invaluable to me