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Using patches etc without ever direct access to the repository

From: Scott Morris <scott_at_4mation.com.au>
Date: 2006-05-22 08:36:17 CEST

A client of ours currently wants to make changes to our source code on
his own on weekends etc, so I'd like to be able to allow him to do that
but with something that would work within our SVN system.

I'm unable to set up a proper SVN server on my company's network just
yet, we all simply use the file protocol on our local network.

So I was wondering if I would be able to handle this situation by using
'patches' instead of directly updating/committing...

But then there is still the problem of how to get the initial checkout
onto his computer without accessing the repository directly.

Any ideas? Can I just ask him to install TortoiseSVN and then send him a
zipped copy of a version controlled checkout? and it will all work?

Any advice appreciated.



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