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Best way to deliver only updates?

From: Jennifer Kesterson <Jennifer.A.Kesterson_at_jpl.nasa.gov>
Date: 2006-05-23 17:50:42 CEST


What is the best way to export (other otherwise obtain) only the
recent updates from Repository A to import them on Repository B, and
vise-versa? Here's the scenario we're planning:

We deliver each build to the customer by doing a full export from
Repo A and importing the contents of the tar file on Repo B. We'd
like to export only the changes from Repo A for delivery to Repo
B. Then, we might want to make our own changes on Repo B in a
branch, merge the branch to the trunk, export the changes, and
deliver them to Repo A.

1. Is there a way to export only the changes from Repo A to import on
Repo B, and vise-versa?

2. What is the best method of importing only the changes?

3. When we deliver changes from Repo B to Repo A, and Repo A has
changed since the delivery to Repo B, do we merge the changes into
Repo A in the normal fashion?

These may be elementary questions, and I have searched for
answers.......... if something is in the archive, I didn't find it
and I'm not sure which part of the book answers these questions. I
would appreciate any help.


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