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Re: Moving Repository Between Windows Machines

From: Jeroen Leenarts <leenarts-jeroen_at_tiscali.nl>
Date: 2004-12-03 23:45:51 CET

trlists@clayst.com wrote:

>I have a single-user repository stored locally on Windows, svn 1.1.1,
>using fsfs. It is small enough that it is practical to move from
>machine to machine across an Ethernet conenction.
>Can I move it to my laptop, go work elsewhere, and copy back to the
>desktop when done, just by keeping the repository and working copy
>files synchronized? Or do I have to do something with registry keys or
>other data to make this work?
There are no external dependancies in a repository. Pick the whole
directory up and drop it where you want.

I don't know how much time you spend out doors with your laptop.
But if you have access to your desktop on a daily basis why nog use
svnserve configured as a service. Then it's a simple matter of checking
out the repository on your laptop from your desktop, go outside, do your
thing, get back and comit your changes. When you want to do something
with your desktop, same idea... Do an update and start working.

Setting up svnserve as a service is not that hard to accomplish and it
could be well worth the effort.


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Received on Fri Dec 3 23:48:12 2004

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