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Re: Delete Revisions

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Wed, 6 Aug 2008 09:23:39 +0100

2008/8/6 dm3281 <dm3281_at_verizon.net>:
> Dang.
> I guess I've been spoiled by VSS.

Pardon me? What does VSS do better?

> What I was trying to do is have a common repository primarily for scripts
> for various serves we have. I.E.
> svn_repository--> server1--> scripts
> svn_repository--> server2--> scripts
> svn_repository--> server3--> scripts
> My plan is to install Tortoise on all my servers--to make it easier to get
> updates--and basically when changes are made to scripts in the repository, I
> can go to server and update the folder under C:\Scripts for the server that
> has the scripts.
> I planned on having one repository for everything including some of my
> VisualStudio 2005 projects.

So what is the problem?

If it is that you can't remove your experiments, next time do your
experiments on a temporary test/training repository. The whole point
of a revision control system is that you never lose any history. The
fact that VSS makes it easy to throw away your work would normally be
considered a design flaw.


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