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Re: SVN and LyX

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2007-05-25 21:35:26 CEST

"Andy Levy" <andy.levy@gmail.com> writes:
> On 5/25/07, Adrian Hoe 贺文耀 <mailbox@adrianhoe.com> wrote:
>> 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.

What Andy said.

By the way, those ",v" files probably mean LyX is using RCS for its
version control (RCS is an older system, independent of LyX).


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