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Re: "Hotsync"

From: Jean-Marc van Leerdam <j.m.van.leerdam_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-07-15 10:43:28 CEST


>> Every once in a while I find myself checking in files from my main
>> computer so that two minutes later I'm checking the same branch out on
>> my laptop. Then a couple hours later I reverse the process. I would
>> like to use TSVN to accomplish this without incurring a version increase.

And what should be done when you find two locally modified versions of a
file - one on the laptop and one on the PC? This is exactly why one uses
version control in the first place. SVN will know how to handle these files
based on their commit times, but what you are asking for is merge features
without a repository...

What's wrong with spending some revision numbers in order to keep working
copies synchronised?

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Received on Sat Jul 15 10:43:45 2006

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