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hmurray at megapathdsl.net
Tue Apr 18 07:39:21 UTC 2017
> You are editing files on a system without git and still want fine grain
> versioning? How does that work? How do you know if any files changed?
Mostly, I edit and test on one system, then use scp to push the bits to other
systems. Occasionally, I do a throwaway edit on one of the other systems for
a quick test. Sometimes I do serious work if that's where I can reproduce
the bug, then copy the edited files back.
With the current setup, all I get is the last-commit from git. There is no
way to tell if a system is running the unmodified code or some of my edits.
I can live with a simple build time. If you want to get fancy, the last edit
would be nice. Making a script do the work seems like the right start.
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