Slipping the surly bonds...

Posted on Wed 28 November 2007 in geek

As part of my impending move I've been decentralising a lot of tasks. One of my central points of failure is my CVS repository. It proves really handy to have a version controlled repository where you store your customisations, especially when you come to a new machine. I've been converting the single CVS repo to a series of GIT repos. In the process I was able to combine the full history of my dotemacs from one module with the contents of my lisp directory into a new (fully fetch-able) elisp.git repo.