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Advice on best way to syncronise two computers

From: Robin Bowes <robin-lists_at_robinbowes.com>
Date: 2005-11-14 17:49:38 CET


I'm using tsvn to syncronise documents/settings between two computers in
different locations.

Suppose I have the following contrived setup:

My Documents/Document1.txt
My Documents/Document2.txt
My Documents/Document3.txt

My Documents/Document3.txt
My Documents/Document4.txt
My Documents/Document5.txt

Assume Document3.txt is different on both machines, but is mergeable.

What's the best way of creating a new Repo on a remote machine,
importing the above contents, merging differences to resolve conflicts
and making these directories working copies on the local machines?

I'm currently at the stage where I've sort of managed this but I'm sure
there must be a better way.

For example, assume I have the remote repo set up and I want to add a
new directory to it, and make the local copy the working copy. What's
the best way of doing this?

Any suggestions appreciated.


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