On Wed, Jun 8, 2011 at 6:23 AM, Randolph, Christian [USA]
> "Actually, I don't think we know that. The security based refusal to allow electronic communications between the systems will hamper *any* multi-homed development effort. We need to find out the extent of that restriction to give good advice."
> The restrictions are due to government classification. The code is a classified code and secure communications are not setup between the two sites. Hence the need for transfers via media.
Thanks. If media is allowed, you can use git to transfer git working
copies from site to site, and do merges from the git repositories. I'd
be very concerned about the security of the media, but that's a
different kind of problem. Git working copies can also be used, with
gitsvn, to merge their differences to whichever backend Subversion
repository they can connect tol.
Someone will have to do the merges carefully, to avoid conflicts,
especially when both sites are working in the same code segments..
Received on 2011-06-08 14:27:03 CEST