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RE: Re: Recovering text-base

From: Krebs, Steven <steven.krebs_at_intel.com>
Date: 2004-11-24 21:55:11 CET

-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Crowe [mailto:mac@mcrowe.com]

>> I have to ask, though: why are you backing up working copies? By
>> definition, they're meant to be scratch areas, "temporary"
>> It's the repository that really needs to be backed up.

>People are likely to keep changes in their checkouts for a number of
>before checking them in. These changes need to be backed up.

In our process (windows world): work is done on a local drive that is
not backed up. Developers are not allowed to commit work in progress
that does not build with 0 errors and 0 warnings and pass Build
Verification Tests. Developers use the TortoiseSVN "Create a Patch"
feature to create patch file of all changes and store the patch file in
their sandbox on a networked drive that is backed up nightly. The Idea
is to not lose more than a day's work, and to only backup changes not
the entire workspace and to not bloat the repository with lots of
personal branches by using it as a temporary sandbox. Maybe you could
do something similar?

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