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Re: Folder act as a repository and a checkout directory

From: Olivier Tournaire <olitour_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-04 12:18:49 CET

Thanks to both of you. I have tried unison and it seems to be a good
Ryan, can you tell how can I use SVK for my purpose ? I would like to
compare before choose ...

Best regards

2007/3/4, Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007a@ryandesign.com>:
> On Mar 3, 2007, at 09:34, Olivier Tournaire wrote:
> > I have a problem, and I do not know if there are any possibility to
> > find an
> > answer. In my office we use a SVN repository for our source codes.
> > Sometimes, I have to work at home on this codes. So I use an
> > external USB
> > hard drive to checkout the codes from the repository. Then I have to
> > transfer the codes on my computer at home.
> > What I want to konw is if there is any solution for the folder on my
> > external hard drive to act as a repository in order to check out
> > from this
> > repository from my personnal computer.
> > For the moment, I have to copy manually all the modified files from my
> > external hard drive to my personnal computer. And, when I change
> > something
> > on my computer, I have to do the job in the reverse way. It is very
> > confusing and I would like to find an issue to this.
> > Is there a way to do this ? With an other folder ?
> >
> > Note that I installed a SVN server on my external hard drive.
> You may want to look into SVK, which is based on SVN.
> http://svk.bestpractical.com/
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Received on Sun Mar 4 12:19:52 2007

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