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I have been using CVS for a few months now and I don't know how I could ever work without it. Now I have a laptop and would like a setup like the following: - Master repository on server (like it was just until now) - Repository on laptop, so I can work disconnected from the master for long periods of time but still keep small version changes If I only used the master, after a few weeks' work offline, all the changes would appear as a single commit, which is what I'm trying to avoid. Is it somehow possible to synchronize two repositories in this fasion? Nobody else is working on these files, so I don't have to worry about other users. I'm working under Windows, so Linux-specific utilities won't be of much use, I'm afraid, although I'd like to hear about any utility for which Lin + Win versions exist. Thank you in advance for any hints.