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  1. Currently at our company we are building internal toolkits which we use for projects, but do not put it to LVTN. Toolkits are published via OneDrive, everyone has mapped same local folder as repository in VI Package Manager. Different toolkits are handled by different developers. And sometimes there is a situation, when new version of toolkit is built, installed locally and tested, but it is not published to our local repository. It would be nice (I understand that on the other hand it is not such a common case) to have it in such a way, that: - developer installs new version of
  2. I am running TortoiseSVN as a single user, on 32-bit Windows 7. I would like to back up my repository. The user guide recommends that I use a CLI command of the form svnadmin hotcopy path/to/repository path/to/backup --clean-logs The problem is that the command line interface for TortoiseSVN is not installed on my computer. I have tried several times to install it and failed each time. My programs are written in LabVIEW and they are over 10 years old. They are almost constantly being revised, updated, or corrected and the size of the program and number of subVIs has made it man
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