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Subversion for graduation thesis / documents

From: <OnlineGuy_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2006-05-30 15:24:56 CEST


I will start to write my graduation thesis very soon, most probably I'll have to write it at home and at my own laptop. I was thinking about Subversion as a tool to keep both versions consistent, I do know that a version control can't highlight changes in pictures or binary documents and that kind of stuff, I'm more interested in administrating file versions.

Has anyone ever done so? I'd like to know if this is practical and secure regarding data loss (because of possible Subversion bugs, data will be backed up via USB stick anyway). Files to be administrated will be mostly pictures, OpenOffice documents and maybe some presentations.



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