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RE: Working from 2 locations

From: Stefan Pendl <stefan.pendl.71_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 4 Dec 2010 08:57:38 +0100

> I'm sorry, as I'm sure I have very stupid questions. I work
> from 2 locations, and have TortoiseSVN on both computers. At
> the first location I made my initial commit to the Wordpress
> SVN. I haven't set up the second location, and confused about
> what to do. I want to download the entire repository to the
> second computer, make changes, and then upload them back to
> the repository. Then, what will I do on the first computer? I
> just want to keep both locations current, and make changes
> whenever needed.

"SVN Checkout" is used to get the initial working copy of your repository from the server.
"SVN Commit" is used to apply local changes on the server.
"SVN Update" is used to apply changes from the server locally.

Whenever you like to have changes available on both computers, you need to commit them from the computer you have created them and
will have to update the local working copy on the other computer.

Commit = upload
Update = download

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Received on 2010-12-04 08:57:55 CET

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