PÃ¥l BergstrÃ¶m wrote:
What I like about git is
But for actual version control I can manage without it. I’ve
used git for a while now and I’ve never needed to use it for going back
in code. Trust me.
You’ve never had a branch that you wanted to back out of? You’ve never
wanted to not deploy the bleeding-edge version of your codebase until it
Getting back to the topic, do you understand now how to get Cap
deployment working? It’s really not terribly difficult if you trust
Capistrano to do the right thing in most cases.
Not quite. I don’t think is that clear.
What don’t you understand?
And sometimes we users are just thick headed.
Sure sounds like it. Give it a try and let me know if you have any
So back to my question, what if I, as I would like that way, have zero
and nada interest of having version control on the server side?
Then you will not get much sympathy from me, nor from many others on
this list, as you are asking for help in implementing a Certified Bad
Idea [TM]. It can be done, but I do not recommend it.