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Re: Getting the changes to the WC

From: Ph. Marek <philipp.marek_at_bmlv.gv.at>
Date: 2006-12-21 07:28:11 CET

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On Thursday 21 December 2006 07:19, Dave_Thomas mailing lists wrote:
> A user's made a series of changes to his working copy, which include
> creating some files (they're unversioned), and deleting others (they're
> missing).
> Another user of the same repo needs to make the same changes.
> The natural thing would be to copy the working copy from one machine to
> another. But shouldn't it be possible to avoid the bulk of that transfer?
> Maybe someone's already made this tool?
Yes, that's called "svn commit".
Just check in to the repository, and the other user can update - it's as easy
as that!

If these are changes that you don't want on your main development line
(unstable, experimental, only proof-of-concept), use a branch.
You can switch the working copy without loosing the changes, so there should
be no problem.



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