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Re: SVN and LyX

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-25 20:55:29 CEST

On 5/25/07, Adrian Hoe ҫ <mailbox@adrianhoe.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I use LyX for technical document writings. LyX provides its own version
> control which will generate another file <filename>.lyx,v in the same
> directory. It is a local VC like emacs. Is there a way to let LyX work with
> svn? Or rather, how do I use LyX with svn? I am interesting in merging
> changes from many other writers. Any pointers? Thanks.

You'll probably have better luck asking in a LyX support venue if
you're looking for integration help.

If you can turn the versioning off entirely, then you can use LyX just
like any other program - check out from a repository, open the file,
make your edits, and commit the file.
Received on Fri May 25 20:55:53 2007

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