An easy way to keep things in sync and transfer the code when developing on different systems is to use a flash drive (or a file hosting service, like Dropbox for example) as a subversion (SVN) repository.

To create the repository, run the create command in the portable device folder you want the repository:

svnadmin create repo-name

The repository location will be:


For example:

cd C:/Users/admin/SVN/
svnadmin create MyProject


svnadmin create C:/Users/admin/SVN/MyProject

And the repository location will be:


Slik SVN is a standalone command line Subversion package for Windows. The installer contains all command line tools (svn, svnadmin, svnsync, svnserve, svnmucc, etc.) but no application bindings nor Apache modules.

The repository can be checked out from the portable device on any PC. For example, TortoiseSVN can be used to checkout your portable repository and track changes on Windows.

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