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Re: Daily safes of my work

From: Robert Mohr <mohr.42_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-03-21 15:48:12 CET

On Thu, 17 Mar 2005 08:00:32 +0100, Schneider Jürg
<juerg.schneider@helbling.ch> wrote:
> Hello
> Usually when working on a change of a code it takes more than just one day to finish the job. With most SCM tools like MS Visual Source Safe you have to safe your daily work by zipping all the files to a network drive, CD or other media. Checking in the files is no solution. That would change the current project configuration for all other software developpers.
> The SCM-tool AccuRev provides an easy and conveiant way to overcome this problem. It uses the command keep to save my private configuration in the database without influencing the projects configuration. So it is a tree stage control system:
> - project configuration (official project in the database) (command "commit")
> - developer configuration (private space in the database to safe the developers daily work) (command "keep")
> - developer workspace (working directory on the local harddisk)
> Does SVN provide a similar feature?

See the chapter on branching and merging in the Subversion book:

Basically you copy the trunk of the source tree to another area of the
repository, make your changes there (regularly committing), and when
you're done you apply your changes back to the trunk.

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