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Re: Simple revision control for working copy

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2006-09-25 16:44:14 CEST

On 9/25/06, Tonio <toeneeo@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> 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)

You might want to look into quilt, although it won't version all the
same things svn does (no moves or copies, for example) it will let you
keep multiple sets of changes to a given file organized until you can
commit them to your repository.


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Received on Mon Sep 25 16:45:13 2006

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