On Tue, 18 Oct 2011 07:17:39 -0700 (PDT)
www <xs...@yahoo.com> wrote:

> May I ask you one more question just for my learning purpose? If I ask
> my partner who works in a different company also use git, when he
> sends me the files he modified and together with .git/ directory. I
> can put all his files AND .git under partner/ directory. Then I can
> have his commits one by one. Is that correct?
Don't to that.  If there's absolutely no way for you to have network
connectivity betweeen your machines and there's no way for both of you
to access a central repo (on a specialized public Git hosting or VPS),
then consider using `git bundle` which was designed specifically for
this sort of things.

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