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Using TSVN with occasional VPN connects

From: Gordon Hardman <gordon_at_alpharadioproducts.com>
Date: Thu, 01 May 2008 22:27:31 -0600

I am considering using TSVN with a repository on a network share using
VPN. But, I am frequently unable (travel etc.) to connect to the shared
drive for days or weeks. Is there any way of having TSVN track my
version on a local repository on my laptop and have it "resynchronize"
with the network drive repository later? As a single user, I could just
back up the local repository when I connect, but as part of a group, if
I have non-conflicting changes, it would be nice to merge them with the
group project when I can connect, so I don't lose the subversions I
created while disconnected. On a related note, if I check out a project
from a network share to my laptop and then do not connect to it for a
month or so, will a "commit" still work- or is it necessary to have an
unbroken connection? Are there any time limitations between check outs
and commits?

Gordon Hardman

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