Jean-Noël Avila <avila...@gmail.com> writes:
> For a short time, I had the same issue. We came up using "git bundle"
> to bundle changes and exchange them via email.
> The setup was to work in two separate branches. The roaming developper
> started a new branch when leaving. After some work, she sent the
> commits on her branch as a bundle file. The origin merged the branch
> extracted from the developper's bundle and sent back the bundle of the
> changes on origin since the last merge.
> No doubt that both side need to understand well the workflow of
> fetch/merge. Bundle files can be encrypted for better security.
Yes, the above describes exactly what "bundle" was invented for.
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