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Re: SVN on USB key

From: Hyrum K. Wright <hyrum_wright_at_mail.utexas.edu>
Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2009 20:14:08 -0600

Yves Dorfsman wrote:
> Giulio T wrote:
>> Is it possible to install Subversion (Windows build) on a USB key?
>> I have just started a course at University and I was thinking of using Subversion for the web site I will have to design.
>> The plan is to host the repository on my server at home and then have one WC at university and another at home on my laptop.
>> Because I will not always use the same PC in the lab I can't install Subversion (I'm not even sure I'm allowed to install it on one PC actually). That's why I thought of installing it on a USB key. The WC will be on a drive always mapped to the same letter that is actually my personal space on a common (Unix I think) server.
>> Do you think what I want to do is feasable? Anyone has any other suggestions on how to work this out?
> I think this is school case for a distributed VC. Have a look at Mercurial
> and git. You could set this up in minutes with Mercurial.

Huh? The answer to "how do I use Subversion on a USB drive?" is "use git or
Mercurial"? That's kinda odd, plus he'd still have the same problem: using
either of those programs from a usb drive.

To answer the original question, if you are using a properly compiled and linked
Subversion client, such as the command line client, you shouldn't have any
problem running it from a USB drive. Are you running on Windows or *nix?



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