rik at cronyx.ru
Fri Jun 25 09:15:03 PDT 2004
Maxim Sobolev wrote:
> Actually once you got version of the repository at home, which you can
> bring as tar file on CD/DVD/HDD from work, it should not be very hard
> to keep it up to date using cvsup even over modem. cvsup is very
> effective once initial checkout is complete.
My modem connection too unstable and < 24kbps :-(
> Roman Kurakin wrote:
>> I have the following task, which I don't know (yet) how to solve.
>> I need to keep at home a copy of full CVS treee, but I have very
>> poor modem connection, so I can't cvsup it. The most reasonable
>> solution is to take it from work. But taking full cvs even tgz-ed not
>> very fun. So I thought if it is possible to get all deltas or changed
>> as a single file it would be much better. Probably there is some
>> special version of cvsup?
>> any ideas?
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