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queueing up changesets offline

From: Robert P. J. Day <rpjday_at_crashcourse.ca>
Date: Fri, 3 Apr 2009 08:02:57 -0400 (EDT)

(i'm fairly sure i know the answer to this, but i'll ask it,
anyway.)

  given my reading of changelists, it seems clear that they work only
on a per-fileset basis, with any individual file being in at most one
changelist at a time.

  i'm interested in being able to work on a working copy offline,
where i can make some changes, "stage" those changes as a single,
future commit (along the lines of what "git" can do), then go back to
work, make some more changes (which might proceed from the previous
changes), stage, etc, etc. when i'm finally done, and i get back on
the net, i can then commit those changes, one at a time and *in that
specific order*, to the repo.

  i can see that changelists don't support that kind of behaviour, but
i've been told that "svk" does. have people used "svk" for this sort
of thing? does it work well? or is there another way to get this
behaviour? thanks.

rday

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