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Re: Revision control on a single file

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-07-10 20:11:44 CEST

"Yanghui Bian" <ybi@vitesse.com> writes:

> Hello,
> I want to keep track of several single files scattered around my disk.
> e.g: windows autoexec.bat, emacs dot file and more ...
> I cannot figure out a good way in SVN.
> For .emacs file, I could just put the whole home directory to SVN
> repository, though not so good.
> But for autoexec.bat, it seems to be impossible as it is in window C:
> directory.
> Any hints? Thanks.

- Make an empty subversion repository somewhere.
- Check out that repos into some temporary place.
- Now move the .svn/ subdir out of that working copy into C:\.

Tada! You C:\ is now under version control.

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