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Re: using patches

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-02-24 20:08:40 CET

On Feb 24, 2005, at 8:40 AM, Zouari Fourat wrote:

> Am reexposting the problem :
> In my distant server, i have the revision number is 40
> And in my local machine, i checked out the 40th revisions and made
> some changes and after a commit i got the 41st revision.
> now i hould update my productif revision that is on the distant
> server, what i will is :
> 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
> knowing that the 'hole' revision is about 10 megs and the difference
> between r40 and r41 was made on few files that logically dont need to
> replace all the project for.
> my question where :
> can i produce a patch to upgrade the distant productif revision r40 to
> r41 ?

Why not just run 'svn update' on the distant server?

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