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Old 18th May 2012, 12:40
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There is no direct equivalent to a pull request in svn. In the ispconfig project we have a branch called trunk were developers can commit their code to, but this requires a bit more communication and discussion of new features though.

I will consider to switch to github in future.
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Roundcube recently changed from Subversion to Git (GitHub):

http://roundcubeinbox.wordpress.com/...ory-to-github/

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I'll add my own two to further on this discussion, I'm also a PHP Documentor and even they switched from svn to git.
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I don't know why, but I don't like git I like using svn so I hope ispc stays with it
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Old 24th July 2012, 16:54
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The one mayor feature SVN lacks is the pull request you have on GitHub. So you do not need write access to submit code.

The whole GitHub environment is a good thing for open-source software.
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Old 24th July 2012, 17:06
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Sure it is, for many many projects. But I think ispc is not that kind of open source project that needs this or can take profit from it.
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I Neither a svn nor a git pro but I do not see in what way svn is better than git. You have the server side in form of a remote repo eg on github. What bugs me about svn is the need to push every commit to the remote for all to see. In git you can experiment in your local repo and revert and commit as you like. When you are happy with you code you push it to the remote location.
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I'll add my own two to further on this discussion, I'm also a PHP Documentor and even they switched from svn to git.
How about documenting the ISPConfig code? Would be nice.
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I think it is simply because I am used to it and all my projects are on svn.
All commands I nead are svn up and svn commit - that's it, I do not need a local repository.
But - You can work (nearly) like this in svn too, you just have to create a private branch. You then can work with this branch as you like and if you are happy you do a svn switch to the trunk and commit / merge your changes.
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I found some resources about syncing a SVN to GitHub.
Maybe it is not too complicated. Would be just a one-way sync but for browsing the code it might be a nice feature to have.
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