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Re: SVN local and LAN

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Thu, 26 Jun 2008 08:57:09 +0100

2008/6/26 Ritchi <Coke_Ritchi_at_web.de>:
> Hallo,
> i currently use Tortoise local on a VISTA OS. The situation:
> A notebook (VISTA) wich ist not alway´s connected to a server.
> Two server in different (geografic) locations where a repro should
> located.
> If i´am connected to a server i want to commit/update the repro´s.
> How do i set up a working infrastructure for this therm ?

Don't understand the question. What is there to set up? Just checkout
a working copy from the server while you are on line. Do some work on
or off line. When you are back on line again, update and commit.

You really need to read the subversion book and/or TSVN manuals to
find out how subversion works.


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