|Optimizing backup strategy with Tortoise SVN [message #1181387]
||Mon, 11 November 2013 15:18
| Gary Worsham
Registered: September 2013
I am using TortoiseSVN outside (obviously) of Kepler. I tried installing Subversive and while it did actually look like it was working (e.g. the repository browser) I could not figure out how to actually check things into my repository! I've been using TortoiseSVN for so long that I more or less expected the experience to be the same.
One apparent advantage of Subversive is that is already knows which files NOT to back up from your workspace folders. I am not sure, so with TortoiseSVN I'm backing up everything, including .class files, .metadata\.plugins, etc, which seems wasteful of time and bandwidth.
Is there a guide somewhere as to what parts of the Eclipse workspace (for Java, Xtext, Xtend development) are critical to back up, and which parts are not?
[Updated on: Mon, 11 November 2013 15:19]
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