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Re: Exporting recently modified files

From: Nathan Dauchy <ndauchy_at_hpti.com>
Date: 2004-06-22 19:06:41 CEST

Simon McClenahan wrote:
> Speaking as the original sender, yes, it is a synchronization task at
> hand. My production machine does not and should not have access to
> our local network resources such as version control repositories.

In the past, I have used "cvs rdiff" to create a patch file which I then
  scp and apply to the production machine. Works well, and is even easy
to back out the changes, but I had to watch out for and script around
completely removed files. I have only been using Subversion a short
while and haven't ported my patch generation script yet, but I see no
reason why "svn diff" wouldn't work just as well.


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Received on Tue Jun 22 19:08:45 2004

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