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[TSVN] Re: Feature Request

From: John <jsparrow_at_ecclescollege.ac.uk>
Date: 2005-07-17 12:22:03 CEST

Jens Hartmann <jh <at> profilsys.de> writes:

> When i have the task to test a modul and
> i fix some bugs in it, then i have to commit and delete it, because i
> have no need to leave it on my PC. This is normal working cycle in
> our team, sometimes i have to test 2 or more moduls per day.
> We want less as possible sources on the PC, because everything is as
> source and we often have to work at customers locations.

That's a very unusual way of working! Keep the working copies on your hard disc
- I have a dozen large projects on two PC's at work, and my home PC. Sometimes I
won't touch a particular WC for months (esp at home!!).

Before you start work, just run 'SVN Update' on the WC, and it has all the
latest changes. No need for repeated checkouts and deletes.

(personally I think 'checkout' is seriously misnamed in SVN. It implies some
trace is be being left on the server. It should be called 'Make WC' - no
residual on the server, no cost in keeping them around for months).

Disc space is cheaper than network bandwidth!!

(and, worst case senerio, if your SVN server explodes and your backup tapes get
eaten by a dinosaur, you still have that WC on your workstation).


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Received on Sun Jul 17 12:29:05 2005

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