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Re: Help me keep SVN

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 11 Oct 2014 12:49:04 +0200

On 11.10.2014 03:44, Jerry Johns wrote:
> My company is thinking about using an alternative to SVN for MS Office
> document management.
> The biggest complaint is that non-technical people forget to check for
> repository updates or don’t commit after making changes to local files
> and this affects other people using those documents.
> I want to keep SVN instead of going with something like One Drive for
> Business, etc.
> Are there tools or options that would extend the functionality of Commit
> Monitor, for example, so that it keeps the local copy in sync?

There's a client named EasySVN which uses TortoiseSVN to do it's job: it
automatically runs update and commit by detecting changes to the working
copy and monitoring the repository.
It's an open source project as well, but it seems to be dormant now -
most links just point now to the main assembla page.
But the installers are still available from the repository:


   oo  // \\      "De Chelonian Mobile"
  (_,\/ \_/ \     TortoiseSVN
    \ \_/_\_/>    The coolest interface to (Sub)version control
    /_/   \_\     http://tortoisesvn.net
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