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Re: Can u use it with Access?

From: Peter Valdemar Mørch <nospam_at_morch.com>
Date: 2005-01-11 20:37:19 CET

Jules Eric wrote:
> This is what I mean. I am using Microsoft access to access some script
> that we have in the database.

So you are storing scripts as records in a database?

> Some of the script are out of date and while reading them I need to
> update certain lines.

So you are updating certain lines of certain records in the database?

Subversion is for versioning files in the file system. If you can get
the records out of the database into regular files (text files,
preferably), you can use Subversion. You'll have to write your own
custom stuff to get it in and out of Access. Subversion knows nothing
about Access, and probably never will.

> This issuer of version control lead me to look up online

The issuer of version control? The Subversion team?

I'm sorry, man. You're still making only limited sense to me. But that
probably says more about me. :-) But if you're going to ask again,
please be more specific and detailed about your question. Also, Jules,
please write to the mailing list like you just did, not to me directly.


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