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RE: (Tortoise) SVN Repository Backup problem

From: Bruce Webber <brucewebber_at_fastmail.us>
Date: 2006-01-12 16:06:40 CET

--"Srivathsan, M IN BLR SISL" <M.Srivathsan@siemens.com> wrote:

> Thanks for the mail. Let me clarify a few things from your mail
> 1. Yes, a VPN connection would be the best. But I can't connect to
> my corporate network from home. At the same time, since I believe in
> checking in changes (how much ever small they may be) into the Repo then
> and there, I would like to have the same and do check-ins and then
> continue with the same Repo in my Office too
> 2. Due to the above point, http:// and svn:// based access is also
> ruled out

Since you don't have connectivity to your work from home, I think the
simplest and best approach is to check out a working copy on your USB
drive, bring it home, make whatever changes you want to there, bring the
USB drive back to work, and perform an update and a commit. Then your
working copy on your USB drive will be up-to-date and any changes you made
will become part of the repository. You can repeat this process each time
you go home.

Bruce Webber
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Received on Thu Jan 12 16:25:12 2006

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