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Re: traveling with subversion

From: Sean Moss-Pultz <sean_at_moss-pultz.com>
Date: 2005-11-16 08:44:07 CET

On 2005/11/16, at 下午 3:31, Mike Dewhirst wrote:

> Sean Moss-Pultz wrote:
>> My team is planning about a 2 to 3 week field test during which
>> we will need to maintain a synced code base. Currently we are
>> using subversion but we will not have access to this server on
>> the road.
> Presumably, other teams will be working and making changes while
> you are away.
> IMHO the easiest solution would be to set up a new cheap subversion
> server on a retired PC reformatted to run Linux off a magazine
> cover. If you serve via apache you can set it up so everyone has
> authenticated access from anywhere. The people left behind can
> cache their logins for convenience.

We are all going to be using notebooks. my is a powerbook so i could
easily install a subversion server but then I'm not sure if it's
possible to merge this new repository back into our existing one at
work. It would be very important for us as work would be done on both
repositories. Do you know if this would be possible?

This is why I was thinking SVK could be a good solution.

Received on Wed Nov 16 08:45:51 2005

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