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Will TortoiseSVN work in this environment?

From: crimson090 <jon_at_cabot.net>
Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2008 06:51:27 -0800 (PST)

Hello all,

I am relatively new to the Visual Studio 2005 environment, and am trying to
incorporate TortoiseSVN into it. I know this is possible normally, but we
have a somewhat awkward setup: We do not have a development server, so all
work is done on the production server. We also have mostly Apple computers,
so we have people using remote desktop to connect to the server, load Visual
Studio, and make updates there.

Of course this causes all sorts of problems when two people are working at
once, because they both are modifying the same project. Even if they are
working on different files the project still complains about file

So would TortoiseSVN work in this situation? I assumed it was normally setup
where people are working on separate machines with separate projects.


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