On 1/15/08, kopf1988 [email protected] wrote:
Right, but I also don’t have a host that supports Subversion easily
(although I’ve heard of some free places).
What needs supported? A subversion repository is a just directory
with a bunch of files in it. They would have to run one command to
make your repo:
svnadmin create --fs-type fsfs /home/kopf1988/svn/repo1
Then you would run one command to check it out:
svn co [email protected]:~/svn/repo1 repo1
After that it’s just svn up, svn st, and svn ci which are your update,
stat, and commit commands that you would use day to day. You could
put those on a post-it until you remember them.
Also, as for just synchronizing the folders, I should note that the
two computers are never on the same network. They use two differnt
ISPs, always. Pretend my laptop is in florida while my home computer
is in california. (or Sydney and New York, lol).
So? Subversion wouldn’t care if you were committing changes from the
I’ve heard of WinSCP… might that work just to keep the folders
No idea, I’m M$ free for nearly 5 years now.
I think the subversion idea is almost giving me a
headache… it took me weeks just to get GoDaddy and RoR to work, lol.
I don’t want to have to learn something new so soon after that
I don’t mean to offend but have you considered a career as a
non-programmer? This is what we do, day-in, day-out, everyday… we
learn new stuff. Considering everything you’ve said up to now, I
think you’re in for a lot more pain otherwise.