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Re: Using svn to sync to revision mp3 music collection (binary) result is double the storage

From: Raman Gupta <rocketraman_at_fastmail.fm>
Date: 2004-08-29 00:16:29 CEST

Steve Audette wrote:

>I have tried a network share, webdav, and rsync, but the beauty of svn is
>the ssh tunnel (can sync from anywhere) and how it keeps track of the file
>updates for you. One command and all your files come up to date. svn
>also takes care of the issue of platform, since I'm trying to sync my
>music between a mac, windows, and linux machine.
>svn has all the benefits, but the only down side right now is the pristine
>Any other ideas?

Not sure what problem you had with rsync -- AFAIK, rsync will do
everything you mentioned -- it can easily do ssh tunneling (use the -e
option I believe). Rsync also does an efficient network copy that sends
only the diffs, even within files. Also, there are definitely clients
for linux and windows (easiest way on windows is to download cygwin).
Not sure about the mac, but I know it'll work on OSX. And all without
the pristine copies :-)


PS if you want two-way synchro, take a look at Unison -- I have been
very successfully using it across windows and linux machines via ssh. It
also does rsync-like efficient network copies.

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Received on Sun Aug 29 00:17:25 2004

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