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Re: using patches

From: Eric Wilhelm <ewilhelm_at_sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2005-02-24 16:42:03 CET

# The following was supposedly scribed by
# Zouari Fourat
# on Thursday 24 February 2005 08:40 am:

>1> connect to the distant server
>2> delete the folder tree where the revision 40
>3> export the hole 41st revision from my svn repository to the distant
> server

I'm assuming you can't "svn co http://yourserver/svn" from the distant
server (because if you could, you wouldn't have this problem.)

You could "svn export working_copy dump" and then

  rsync --rsh=ssh -rptvzu dump/ user@distant_server:/path/on/that/box/

'man rsync' for details. Also see unison, or ssh tunnels, or transfer a
patchfile to the server and try to automatically apply it.


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