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Re: Using subversion to manage system config files

From: Felix Collins <felix_at_keyghost.com>
Date: 2004-06-21 23:11:32 CEST

Toby Johnson wrote:

> The only downside is having .svn directories in your "live" directories,
> but that isn't a problem for me. If it is for you, you will indeed need
> to keep them in a separate location and "svn export" to copy them over.

What about using subversion to store backup scripts that live in the
subversion database directories? I was about to do this but then I
thought that having the directories that house the databases also be
working directories might be a bit confusing. What say someone
accidently checked in a database to the repository housed in that

My solution was to house the working copies somewhere else and copy them
over as neccessary.


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Received on Mon Jun 21 23:12:39 2004

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