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Re: Feature request: Keep file dates

From: Graham Leggett <minfrin_at_sharp.fm>
Date: 2005-02-24 15:53:21 CET

Ryan Schmidt said:

> This wouldn't help our case. We are a web design shop, creating web
> sites for many different clients. Often PDFs or other content which is
> supposed to appear on the web site will come directly from the client
> by email. We most certainly will not be giving our clients write access
> to our development repository;

Why not? You could set up a separate special repo (or simply give them
write access to part of your existing repo) specifically for their access,
and have them check files in as they require. No problems with email
sizes, the person who received the email being unavailable, etc.

If the client using an SVN client is too scary for them, then set up a
repo with autoversioning, and get them to use a standard webdav client to
copy the file to the repo. This way you have full history of what arrived
and at what time.


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Received on Thu Feb 24 15:57:57 2005

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