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Re: [avr-chat] Automated access for document revision queries?

From: David A. Lyons
Subject: Re: [avr-chat] Automated access for document revision queries?
Date: Sat, 12 Feb 2011 14:05:51 -0800

Where is your project hosted?  Is a source-control system such as 'cvs' or 
'svn' available there?

An "update" command with such a source-control system does what you're asking 
for: quickly gets the latest version of everything, without sending the 
unchanged files.



On Feb 12, 2011, at 5:19 AM, Ruud Vlaming wrote:

> I have an open source project that must be maintained for a lot of
> different chips. Now, i work on this project on an irregular basis.
> So sometimes couple for some weeks i work on it, and then it is
> on hold for months. I find that it is quite cumbersome to check
> everytime if documents have been updated in the meantime.
> So my question is: "Is there a way to automatically check the
> last revision date of a particular document (without downloading 
> the whole document)?" All docs are numbered so it is quite easy 
> to automatically replace any document i have already downloaded, 
> but i only want to do this when needed. (Of course i could replace 
> them all every day, but that is not the royal way i guess).
> Ruud.
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