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Re: [Orgmode] Re: Subversion for backups?

From: Manish
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Re: Subversion for backups?
Date: Wed, 26 Aug 2009 20:00:34 +0530

On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 7:08 PM, Kyle Sexton wrote:
> At Wed, 26 Aug 2009 14:49:41 +0200,
> Rainer Stengele wrote:
>> I use subversion to backup and track my org files.
>> I have a server in my office running the subversion server.
>> Access is by port forwarding the subversion port via ssh - no matter
>> being under windows (putty) or under Linux (ssh).
>> In this way I have my subversion server and repository virtually
>> "local", that is acces is always via
>> svn://localhost/repository
>> I also track all my .emacs.d specific files, especially the org-mode
>> files themselves as well as icicles and all kinds of libraries etc.
>> This makes it easy to update my whole emacs installation on any of my 3
>> desktops and 3 notebooks.
> Interesting, can you describe your workflow a bit?
>  1. Do you commit a change to subversion every time you update an org
>  file, or are commits scheduled through a cronjob?
>  2. When you open new files, do you always check them out of the
>  repository / work / check them back in?  Or do you work on a local
>  directory structure and sync outside of emacs?
>  3. Can you post some of the relevant config lines you have, and the
>  key sequences you use for commits?  (This may be asking too much. :))
> Thanks in advance, I've seen several ways to do this and I'm trying to
> weigh the merits of each approach.

FWIW, another informative place for such discussion is vcs-home
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