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Re: Supporting satelite development laptop

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-01-22 21:00:13 CET

Chris wrote:
> Imagine there is an SVN Server, a development workstation and a laptop. The
> user would like an easy way to move his work from the development workstation
> to the laptop and take it home. On returning to work, he would like to sync
> his changes back to the dev machine without first committing those changes to
> the SVN repository.
> Is there a way to use TortoiseSVN to synchronize source code between the
> satelite development laptop and the main development workstation without
> committing the changes to the repository?
> I would like to use TortoiseSVN as opposed to 3rd party sync tools as
> TortoiseSVN is very good at handling source code merges with minimum
> intervention.

You could use a private branch for this. Then the user can commit his
changes without interfering with the main development. The private
branch would be used as a 'sync-branch'.


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Received on Mon Jan 22 21:00:38 2007

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