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Simple revision control for working copy

From: Tonio <toeneeo_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-09-25 16:41:09 CEST


My normal work flow (probably similar to yours :) ) is
to make a number of small changes on the working copy
(saving from IDE each time). Only after a logical unit
of work is done would I commit this to the repository
(e.g. made change X).

I don't want/need to save all these little changes to
the repository each time, but it would be useful to
have a local revision control "cache" for all these
little changes, which I might want to revert to, or
copy some code from.

Probably after each commit to the main repository, I
would want to delete this cache.

Any recommendations for such a system? (i.e. require
simple operations like adding to repository, extract,
without disturbing working of svn)


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