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Re: Moving Repository Between Windows Machines

From: <trlists_at_clayst.com>
Date: 2004-12-04 00:46:36 CET

On 3 Dec 2004 Jeroen Leenarts wrote:

> There are no external dependancies in a repository. Pick the whole
> directory up and drop it where you want.

Thanks. As far as I know that is only true for fsfs -- I already tried
it with bdb, with very poor results!

> 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.

Actually I had considered that but didn't want to go to all the trouble
of setting up a service. If I do it I think I might be better off to
just do it on the internal Linux box which I have here and use as a
fileserver, and just run svn in full client-server mode. So maybe I
will move the repository for now, and set up svnserve when I have time.


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