[rspec-users] [cucumber] Cucumber and CI
apremdas at gmail.com
Tue Feb 24 11:19:45 EST 2009
I was trying to use intergration and commit to be specific scm terms in this
sort of discussion, so rephrasing (and hopefully improving on ) Dave
Laribee's law we get
"If its late in the day save your next integration for the morning"
Now people can go home on time and not fret about a build breaking at the
end of the day and having to stay late and rush to fix it.
2009/2/24 aslak hellesoy <aslak.hellesoy at gmail.com>
> On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 3:47 PM, Rob Holland <rob.holland at gmail.com>
> >> Because the longer you wait, the more your code will diverge from your
> >> teammates'. If you don't commit often you rob them of the opportunity
> >> to reduce merge hell.
> > Please note I did say commit, and not push, and I inferred from Matt
> > he meant commit and not push (although he has explained otherwise
> > since).
> Ok, let's all be more specific when we talk about scm operations. Not
> everyone is using git all the time. (I wish I did, but I often work in
> the "enterprise", so it will take a while for them).
> Say "git commit" or "svn commit" or "git push" instead of just
> "commit" or "push".
> > I find pushing last thing at night even more bizarre to be honest :/
> Completely agree. Ending the day with a git push / svn commit is
> verboten where I work. Dave Laribee describes why in biblical form:
> > If you're are going home, it seems reasonable that other people might
> > be, ergo there won't be many more changes made (an assumption
> > granted). Also, if they are going to continue to work and make
> > changes, why force them to merge a
> > broken/half-done/possibly-to-be-completely-redone later commit. Makes
> > no sense to me :/
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