18 Jun '12, 4am

patchを使ってsvnでgit stashみたいなことをする方法 / “Jay Fields' Thoughts: Using patch as a subversion stash”

Being a consultant, I'm generally at the mercy of whatever source control system my current client is using. Luckily, Subversion has been the version control choice for every client I've worked for in the past 3 years. A friend of mine, Kurt Schrader, recently posted The Power of Git: git-stash . I haven't gotten a chance to use git, but I am planning to give it a shot in the near future. However, I don't expect to being using git for daily development any time soon. I've definitely needed a git-stash in the past. It's helpful for fixing a bug without committing your current changes, but it's also helpful if I ever get to work and I end up on a pairing station that has someone else's uncommitted changes. In those cases I create a patch, revert the changes and move on. In case you're unfamiliar with this type of thing, here's all you'll need to do (assuming you have patch a...

Full article: http://blog.jayfields.com/2008/02/using-patch-as-subversi...

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