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RE: Re: Running SVN Client on 16-bit MS-DOS machine

From: Bob Archer <bob.archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Thu, 3 Sep 2009 10:16:34 -0400

>We have a system written in Clipper, which is an old 16-bit DOS language. We're looking at version control >solutions. I was wondering whether the Clipper developers were going to be able to use the subversion client >from the command line on their DOS boxes, or whether they were going to have to use something like >TortoiseSVN to manage their files separately.

When you say "DOS Box" do you mean a cmd.exe window running in Windows XP/Vista/7 or do you litterly mean that they run a PC with DOS 3.31 as the primary operating system?

If the former, sure you can use SVN in a cmd window. If you mean the latter... ug. I would suggest setting up a DOS VM that has access to mapped drives on the host machine where your working copy is.



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