[Pharo-project] [squeak-dev] Re: [Smalltalk for small projects only?

Stéphane Ducasse stephane.ducasse at inria.fr
Mon Jan 30 11:30:18 EST 2012

On Jan 30, 2012, at 12:40 PM, Otto Behrens wrote:

> Hi,
>> how to you deal with conflict due to the for example move of methods due to file out?
> If someone edited a method that I moved to another class git picks it
> up and does not see a conflict, it includes the change on the new
> class. If both of us changed the method and I moved it, then git picks
> up a conflict and I have to edit the file. If the method was renamed
> by me and edited by someone else, it does not pick up a conflict, it
> sees it as a delete and modify conflict.
> I am sometimes quite amazed how it picks up what happened, but it
> does; we have not had problems that are in the way. I think it has to
> do with the nice object model git has, as well as the fact that it
> does not store deltas, but objects indexed by hashes.

ok I understand non textual handling would help for that. 
With svn of textual… this could be another story.
> Cheers
> Otto

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