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RE: SVN on USB key

From: Giulio T <giulio.troccoli_at_uk.linedata.com>
Date: Wed, 28 Jan 2009 09:45:04 +0000

> I believe that you've misunderstood the question. The OP
> isn't asking about putting the repository or the working copy
> on a USB key, they're asking about putting the *client
> program* on a USB key.


As I said, I installed the CollabNet Subversion onto the USB key. Yesterday I went to the lab and all I had to do was to change the PATH so that the system could find the svn command. Everything seems to work just fine.

I might have some issues with the eol, but I hava been working with Subversion for years now so I can manage.

So, to end the thread, if anybody is interested, the answer ot my original question is "Yes, you can install Subversion client on a USB key".


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