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Repository synchronisation

From: Tibor den Ouden <tibor.den.ouden_at_hetnet.nl>
Date: 2006-01-29 00:10:48 CET


I have the following issue :
I have two machines on which I develop software :
One desktop machine on which I keep the repository and develop and a laptop which I use when I am commuting.
I commit the changes I made to the software when I was working on my laptop in one go to the repository on the desktop machine when I get home.
When the changes are small it does not matter but in some situations it would be nice if I could run a
repository on my laptop. I would be able to commit in small steps to this repository and when I get back home, sync the repository on my laptop with the one on my desktop machine.
In this way I should be able to track smaller changes to the software instead of one 'lump' commit.

Does anybody know of a tool/script which does just this ?
Or if I need to write my own tool how should I approach this problem ?
Any pointers to scripts which interact with the repository are welcome.


Tibor den Ouden
Received on Sun Jan 29 00:13:37 2006

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