On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 08:53:05PM +0200, Kevin Wilson wrote:

> I have a git tree on one site, and a copy of it (from two weeks ago)
> on a second site. I cannot access the
> first site from the second one. The git tree on one site had some
> commits since I made a backup
> of it for the second site. I can of course backup the first tree and
> override the second one.
> I of course know which is the commit which is the latest when I made
> the backup (by git log).
> Is there a way that I can reproduce only the commits since that last
> commit in the first site and copy
> only them, and apply them, for the second site?

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