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Re: offline revision update (feature request)

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2007-07-26 16:55:10 CEST

On 26/07/07, S P <gngctcw5@gmail.com> wrote:
> I meant more so if the SVN server was offline. or you can transfer
> from system to system via USB or whatever. plus there are situations,
> when on travel etc, where you have access to email but may be
> temporarily disconnected or (as we are currently encountering) run
> into curious firewall and ISP issues when outside the country.
> Or you could get them prior to going offline....
> Let me pose the following scenario. suppose you are on travel or on
> the beach during work hours. how can you revert from one rev to
> another without a connection to your (remote) svn server. if you had
> various "rev" files, you could hypothetically, "Apply" them to your
> local copy. so if you kept a bunch of these rev update files around
> on your laptop, you could be free to use them for any number of
> reasons when you go offline.
> sp.

You're looking in the wrong place here. Subversion simply does not
have this feature - it is a centralised version control system. What
you are looking for is a decentralised system. You could look at SVK
which uses Subversion's robust repository format, but in a
decentralised way. Or Mercurial or GIT or ... But don't expect
TortoiseSVN to support them. TSVN is a Subversion client, pure and


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Received on Thu Jul 26 16:54:00 2007

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