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Re: traveling with subversion

From: Jim Hague <jim_at_fluffy.bear-cave.org.uk>
Date: 2005-11-22 22:52:11 CET

In article <437B908E.9070007@gmx.de>,
Karl Heinz Marbaise <info@soebes.de> 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.
>As you mentioned before SVK is the tool for the Job.


I'm not entirely clear on your team's circumstances while in China. Iff you
will all be travelling together and need to share work done while in
China, you *could* use SVK to mirror the main repository just onto your
laptop. Other team members could then access that repository as if
it were a regular SVN repository. There's advice on the SVK Wiki about
using SVK to mirror a Subversion repository - I'm using SVK now in
precisely this mode to support activity inside an internal network with
no external access and hence no access to our main repository.

Otherwise follow Karl Heinz's advice :-)

Jim Hague - jim@bear-cave.org.uk          Never trust a computer you can't lift.
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