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Re: smb share problem.

From: Matt Sickler <crazyfordynamite_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-07-07 23:04:21 CEST

as long as you make sure only one computer uses the repository at a
time that could work
I would suggest you use a server program once you start needing more
connections (or access from out on the internet)

On 7/7/07, Joep Suijs <jsuijs@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Matt,
> Thanks for your reply!
> 2007/7/6, Matt Sickler <crazyfordynamite@gmail.com>:
> > as is the reply when anyone tries to network share a repository and/or
> > working copy: DONT DO IT. Subversion comes with two servers (svnserve
> > and apache's mod_dav_svn) that do the networking for you. They are
> > already made. They've been tested to work. Why would anyone try to
> > implement their own networking scheme when two really good ones are
> > already there is beyond me.
> I have a desktop and a portable computer on which I want to use the
> same set of files, on which I also want version control. So my idea
> was to put a nas disk on my network and put the repository on that.
> This way the repository is always available without the need to keep
> one of the computers always turned on.
> Best regards,
> Joep

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