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RE: Single Developer, Distributed Development Environment

From: Mark Shead <sheadm_at_optimalinternet.com>
Date: 2005-11-17 19:32:41 CET

> The Problem: She needs to modify the files she's working on through a
> tool that's only available for her Windows desktop, but she can only
> test the modifications once they're on a Unix box. (They're a
> proprietary binary format.)
> Her current workflow is to FTP the file(s) she needs to her box, edit,
> save with an increasing id number, ftp that file/files to the test
> system, test, edit on her machine, ftp, test, etc., until she has a
> working version.

From a productivity standpoint, she should probably look for a way to
keep her files in once place where she can edit them from Windows, but
run them in Unix. She should be able to connect to the Unix box from
windows and mount the drive or directory.


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Received on Thu Nov 17 19:35:38 2005

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