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Re: Using patches etc without ever direct access to the repositor y

From: Scott Morris <scott_at_4mation.com.au>
Date: 2006-05-24 02:13:06 CEST

Lübbe Onken wrote:
> That would work, but all his patches would be against the "initial
> checkout". If you change anything he will soon get out of sync. So you would
> have to e-mail him your changesets as well. If weekly/daily snapshots are
> "good enough" for him, you can go this way until you set up your server.
> Cheers
> - Lübbe

OK so the steps I should follow are.

1. Ask him to install tortoiseSVN
2. Create another checkout, zip it up and send it to him

3. He makes modifications over the weekend, creates a patch, sends it to me
4. I apply the patch to the repos, and continue working on it during the
5. At the end of the week I create a patch and send it to him.
6. He can apply that patch on HIS wc?
7. and the cycle continues..? (ie back to point 3)



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