[Pdx-pm] Meeting Tomorrow -- SVK with Michael Schwern
Michael G Schwern
schwern at gmail.com
Wed Dec 13 18:17:03 PST 2006
> I guess I'll a statement/comment to the pool. I've been using svk for
> about a month now, the problem is that I've only been using it as a
> local repo only. I guess is was just so easy to install and create a
> local instance of nothing and start from there. so now for the
> question.... because svk doesn't keep the history tied in with the
> files like svn does... how would one make a backup that includes the
> history in a local only scheme?
> curse you svk for being just so easy to setup!
I'll be talking about just that tonite. For those who don't want to wait...
Just backup your local depot (~/.svk/local by default). You don't have to worry about backing up the checkout directories if you commit early and often. SVK encourages this with its local checkouts and easy branching.
If you want to back up the working directories as well parse out the locations of your checkout directories from "svk co -l" and back them up.
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