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On Fri, 03 Dec 2004 12:24:52 -0700, "Luckey, Dave" <dave.luckey at lmco.com> wrote: >I have seen many e-mails that say I should not set the server to local, >is this true? Also, the only benefit that I really gain is by using the >windows synch capability. I have not heard of rsync? > I would do this if I were you: 1. Install CVSNT as a service on your own laptop 2. When you are about to depart to your destination, then copy your server module to your laptop server (I don't mena the sandbox, I mean the repository module). 3. To make sure noone else works on your module you can rename it on the server too... 4. Check out the module from your laptop server to your laptop as a sandbox (yes, use full client/server mode, not local mode!) 5. Edit to your hearts delight and commit restore branch etc while on the airplane. 6. Once back in the office, copy over your laptop repository to the server and file away the old renamed module. 7. Delete the checked out sandbox from your laptop server and check out from your server instead, or use the WinCvs CHANGEROOT macro to change the server. That's about it. And it will not require any offline folders or network shares or the like. But one prerequisite is that you are really the *only* developer using this module! /Bo (Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)