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Re: Re: Where do you work on the files?

From: Jean-Marc van Leerdam <j.m.van.leerdam_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 12 Aug 2009 07:43:39 +0200

2009/8/12 Alan Tse <alan.tse_at_trafficnet.com.au>:
> I used other version control before like MS Visual Source Safe, there approach is lock-modify-unlock. I only 'check out' (unlock) the source code of my 'working copy' if I really want to.
> But for SVN with Tortoise (copy-modify-merge), if I work the working copy as in my local machine (that is default), I may open the source code files, 'accidentally' move an edit box a pixel away on the form because I want to see the details of the edit box so by clicking the edit box, then compile and run. It means the working copy is modified. I am thinking if for 'playing' purposes, I will copy the 'working copy' from working copy location (ie. my local machine) to another temp location for that.

In that case you can use 'Export' to create a clean copy (i.e. without
.svn folders) from (part of) your working copy.

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