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Can branching ever be considered a bad practice? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: To branch or not to branch? A co-worker is against branching. I use branching all the time. I put the team onto a basic 3 branch system. I create my own feature branches. ...
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Git branches avoided by the office where I work [duplicate]

The place I work at does the following: They manage a dev version of an app They manage another replicate version of that app, they call this the rep version The live version of the app that is ...
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Developer Branch vs. Feature Branch [duplicate]

I saw around that development teams usually use source control in one of 2 schemes: Either "Feature Branch", where each feature is developed in a new branch, or "Developer Branch", where each ...
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Understanding branching strategy/workflow correctly [duplicate]

I'm using svn without branches (trunk-only) for a very long time at my workplace. I had discovered most or all of the issues related to projects which do not have any branching strategy. Unlikely this ...
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Develop in trunk and then branch off, or in release branch and then merge back? [duplicate]

Say that we've decided on following a "release-based" branching strategy, so we'll have a branch for each release, and we can add maintenance updates as sub-branches from those. Does it matter ...
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Is it a newbie mistake to avoid branching? [duplicate]

My team is new to versioning and we're trying to keep things simple, as to not overwhelm ourselves with tools-headaches. Also, our product can't be compiled and run locally, so our work is actually ...
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Web API Development and SVN [duplicate]

We are planning to develop a ASP.NET Web API project starting soon. For source control we use svn. We typically follow the pattern of the trunk being stable and doing all of our work in the branches....
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PHP and Subversion workflow [duplicate]

I'm working on a project in a small team at the moment working on a webapp. We originally had 3 on the team with a lead dev and now we've grown to 7 and a lead dev. At the moment our workflow is this:...
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Is there something wrong with how we're doing version control?

I work with a team of programmers as the business analyst. We just released version 2.0 of our product and are working on the next version to be released in 3 months (it's an internal software ...
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The trend of the “develop” branch going away

I've noticed something lately looking at some popular projects on GitHub, that there's no develop branch. And in fact, the GitHub Flow guide doesn't mention it either. From my understanding, master ...
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Do DVCSes discourage continuous integration?

Say there is a team of ten agile developers. Every day they each pick a task from the board, commits several changes against it, until (by the end of the day) they have completed the task. All ...
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How do you avoid working on the wrong branch?

Being careful is usually enough to prevent problems, but sometimes I need to double check the branch I'm working on (e.g. "hmm... I'm in the dev branch, right?") by checking the source control path of ...
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What is the difference between development and R&D?

I was asked by a colleague to explain clearly the difference between ordinary development and research and development (R&D) and was unable to do it. After reading Wikipedia, I still don't have ...
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How to use github, branches and automatic releases for version management? [closed]

I understand most of the basic Git/Github concepts by now, however I still have trouble understanding the bigger picture. These are some things that I have managed to get working so far: Push ...
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Introducing a version control branching policy to a small team

I'm a contractor that has recently started with a firm. Team is 3 developers consisting of 2 junior to mid level devs, with another at the same level starting soon, and myself (6 Years xp). For both ...

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