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Re: Eric goes to lunch -- a decentralized-development user story

From: Eric S. Raymond <esr_at_thyrsus.com>
Date: 2004-09-16 22:01:12 CEST

C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato@collab.net>:
> I do this kind of thing all the time, since two hours of my daily life
> are spent on trains. Committing to a temporary repos (just an import
> of my working copy state as of the time I left the office) and then
> replaying commits later into my real working copy using 'patch | svn
> diff -rX:Y', I can do almost everything I need to do. Only place this
> really hurts me is if copies and moves are needed -- but they only
> very rarely are.

Yeah, OK. But you're forced to treat all the work you do offline as
one big lump expressed by one big patch, and you don't get the log
messages on your local commits automatically propagated up to the main
repo along with the patch.

These, to me, are bigger issues than copies or moves. I agree that
those are rare.

		Eric S. Raymond
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