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SV: "Hotsync"

From: Hans-Emil Skogh <Hans-Emil.Skogh_at_tritech.se>
Date: 2006-07-17 10:00:48 CEST

(Since everyone else already has responded to this mail, I'll give it a
shot too. :-) )

> 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

As someone already pointed out, doing this with patches would probably
be the best general way.
Today patches are (afaik still) unable to handle files that added,
deleted and similar. Since TSVN uses SVN for the patch-functionality, we
have to wait for the SVN-project to implement this (and any performance
improvements as well). I believe they are working on it.


PS. Adding a custom functionality to do this seems like a bad idea(tm)
to me. Clear -1 on that one. There are already programs out there
designed to efficiently handle complex file synchronization between
computers. My personal favourite being rsync under linux/cygwin.
Marvellous! DS.

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Received on Mon Jul 17 10:00:36 2006

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