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Whatever your type, just go for a decent quality cheese with real flavour.
I enjoy brie, Cheddar, Wensleydale, Stilton, Shropshire blue and Green (or Blue*) Wensleydale as my 'standard' selection of cheeses. A good goat's cheese also takes some beating but that's fantastically expensive so I don't typically buy it.
*: It used to be called 'green', although it's a blue cheese similar to Stilton. It went through a short rebranding phase as 'Jervaulx Blue', and now it's 'Blue Wensleydale'.
This is one of the most pathetically complex things I've ever had to work with. It CONSTANTLY gets in the way of actually getting work done - I spend more time f***ing around with pushes and adds and branches and checkouts that I do actually making code changes!!! What a P.O.S.
This diagram[^] near the bottom of the post says it all.
I think you've just saved me at least a week with that post. I'm looking for a place to host a project and for a VCS. The stuff I was reading recommended GIT. I won't be following it up any further. I've used SVN and its survivable as a team member but I dread having to manage it.
"The secret of happiness is freedom, and the secret of freedom, courage."
Thucydides (B.C. 460-400)
Sounds more like your workflow is the problem to me. I tend to script any repeated tasks with more than a couple steps, so my workflow generally becomes: get latest code -> make changes -> run script to make commits, pushes, etc. which is basically the same as using anything else.
Personally, I wish we used Git or Mercurial here, because our commit process strongly discourages putting partially complete things in the repository, and I'd like to have some of the benefits of version control (especially revert) when I'm working on something larger that has be made as one commit to the repository. I wonder if there's a way to set up Git locally to push to CVS...
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