[dev-context] Wishlist / Tracker

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Mon May 30 23:14:45 CEST 2005

Brooks Moses wrote:

> Personally, I've been using subversion (and the TortoiseSVN Windows 
> front-end) for about six months for my own projects, and have been very 

indeed tortoise is great; i played with it some time ago (i want to set up an 
svn for some projects but first we need to get some terabyte nas system running -)

> happy with it.  Part of my joy with it is because it's the first proper 
> version-control software I've used (well, ok, I tried cvs once, but 
> didn't get enough out of it to make it worth the bother), but it does 
> work exceptionally well at doing what I need -- namely, providing a 
> simple repository that I can use to synchronize working directories 
> between various computers with a minimum of bother, allowing me to back 
> up things with nearly zero trouble, and allowing me to occasionally 
> revert things to previous versions.

do you have any experience with sychronizing two repositories?


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