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Re: Timestamp Frustrations

From: Thomas Moschny <moschny_at_ipd.uni-karlsruhe.de>
Date: 2005-06-03 17:30:31 CEST

On Friday 03 June 2005 17:15, trlists@clayst.com wrote:
> > I'm not sure I understand; is there some difference between "commit
> > changes" and "copy files from one machine to another?" Either you're
> > ready to broadcast work to other computers, or you're not.
> The two computers are both used by me. One is a desktop and one is a
> laptop. I move back and forth between them often, depending on where,
> how, and when I'm working, and whether I need to take work out of the
> house. I tend to use commit when I'm done with something, which is not
> at all synchronized with switching machines.

Maybe you could use a 'private' devel branch to lower the (psychological)
barrier of doing a check-in?

Then, when some part of your work is finished, you could finally propagate
(merge) it into the main branch.


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