Re: working with svn copy on two machines
> On 2-nov-2008, at 11:24, John Allen wrote:
>> Yes. Do not use rsync. Only use svn, and commit after working, and
>> update on the other machine to get the changes.
> Or, if you don't like having a gazillion intermediate commits in your
> trunk, you could also create a branch an work on that. You'd commit the
> intermediate changes in the branch and merge it in trunk when you've
> completed a task, keeping your trunk's history clean.
Yup, this looks like a better method; it is clean. I will give this a try.
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