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RE: Re: Configure TortoiseSVN on a new pc

From: elcaro <sam_kul_at_live.com>
Date: Fri, 30 Nov 2012 09:39:36 -0800 (PST)


> Yes, that's gonna start another discussion of that topic. Here goes:
> As long as the repository is backed up, why would you need to backup a
> working copy? Oh, because of the uncommited changes? Well, why not just
> commit them? Just don't put working copies on network folders, alright?

Well, you know how it goes as per the Murphy's law. The day you don't commit/backup your changes, something will go wrong with your machine/harddisk. Anyway, I will work on creating a local working folder for each machine and discard using network folders. Thanks for showing me the right way.

> Not necessarily. Just get a local working copy and be done with it!

Yes sir!

> It's all in the manual, by the way ...

Thanks again.

> P.S. Please quote som context in your replies, it helps others to follow
> the topic at hand

You can see, point taken :-)

Once again, thanks for all your help.


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