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Re: Portable USB HD storing depot & DB

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-07 17:31:17 CET

On 2/7/06, KevinGPO <kevingpo@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Am just wondering whether it's possible to install SVN onto a portable USB
> HD so that I can use SVN at work, on the move/train, and at home... using
> the same SVN system. Opposed to having to install SVN at work, and then at
> home and using two different source trees.
> Or do I have to install SVN on my work machine and at home, and on my laptop
> separately. But can I point SVN to use the DB that is saved on my portable

Install the SVN client software, or install/configure a repository?

If the former, you'll only need the cilent on any computers that are
going to do commits.

If the latter, why maintain two in the first place? Have one
repository, and work "offline" using the USB drive. Or, if you must
have multiple repositories, look at SVK - it's made for syncing
repositories, and is built on top of SVN.

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