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Re: Mac OS X - best setup for small developer?

From: Michael Hogsett <hogsett_at_csl.sri.com>
Date: 2005-03-24 00:21:14 CET

Craig Heilman wrote:
> (1) Would it be easiest to use "local" access (as depicted in Figure 1.1
> of "The Book") between the client and repository on each machine and
> simply duplicate the repository(s) from desktop to laptop before a trip
> and then from laptop to desktop after returning (e.g. using Synchronize!
> Plus from Qdea)?

What about external storage (e.g. USB 2.0 flash drive) for the repo? This
way there is one repo, and both hosts access it locally. Just unmount/unplug
it from the (beautiful frosted aluminum) G5 and plug it into your Powerbook
when you need to. To backup I'd just periodically create a .dmg of the storage
device and place it on a volume on the G5 that is backed up regularly and perform
an 'svnadmin hotcopy' also.

The PQI 1Gbyte iStick comes to mind :

The only drawback of the PQI iStick is that they are easily misplaced
(they are about the size of two pennies side by side).

  - Mike Hogsett

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