kowey at darcs.net
Fri Mar 6 15:50:45 UTC 2009
On Fri, Mar 06, 2009 at 12:03:52 +1100, Trent W. Buck wrote:
> OK, here's a specific example. I have a repo for the dotfiles in $HOME,
> for which the "active development" copy lives on my laptop. My laptop
> does not run sshd, so I can push from it and pull to it, but not push to
> it nor pull from it.
> Also, because I am resolving the conflicts in a temp dir on my laptop
> instead of in situ, it is harder to perform testing and easier to
> introduce bugs. For example, the host fs has bash 3.0 instead of bash
> 3.2, so several times I have broken my login scripts with bash 3.2isms.
Is there a particular reason why it makes more sense to create a
temporary directory on the laptop, rather than to just pull to the
active development directory?
I suppose you don't want to mix things up with whatever work you
have in the working directory.
Anyway there seems to be a consensus that implementing the flags
is OK for those who "know better". It makes me nervous, but I won't
Eric Kow <http://www.nltg.brighton.ac.uk/home/Eric.Kow>
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