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Re[2]: [TSVN] 1.2.2... sad story

From: Flex <flex_at_datecs.bg>
Date: 2005-09-01 23:38:35 CEST

> Nice, a mail from the future ;)

lol

> Anyway, a word of comfort in all your misery, you never need to be scared
> with svn. You always have the original versions in the repo. If your WC
> caves in (that *does* happen now and then) just check out a new copy and
> your good to go. Old files still are in the repo no matter how many
> times you
> delete them. You just need to check out a previous revision where they
> existed.
> I.e. the icons can be checked out in a parallel folder and moved into the
> WC for adding and commit. svn is so sweat, and so is TSVN :)

I know that but...

But more than an year ago, a shiny morning, just after I restarted because of something, my good old lovely 80Gb Seagate exploded. Exploded for real - the engine, all the plates were in salad, completely unrecoverable, it almost throw my case out of the desk. I lost close to an year of work. I still have nightmares from this time so I'm constantly scared now, even with daily backups (to show its support, the WD hdd of the backup machine crashed too) I'm feeling unsure and think twice every time before I hit the del button.

This is one of the main reasons to move to version control - to know I can get my source back from the past. But anyway... I'm scared.
Received on Thu Sep 1 22:39:14 2005

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