[nbusers] Re: Export & Import project commands in 7.2 are terrible

  • From: Milos Kleint < >
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  • Subject: [nbusers] Re: Export & Import project commands in 7.2 are terrible
  • Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2012 10:34:06 +0200

isn't the easiest solution possible to have a version control system
and just checkout/clone the projects on whatever system desired?

Milos

On Tue, Aug 28, 2012 at 9:47 PM, lvskiprof 
< >
 wrote:
> I need to move all my projects (probably in the range of 30-50) from one 
> system to another.
>
> I tried simply copying the directories over, but it wouldn't open that as a 
> project.
>
> So I used Export Project to Zip.
>
> Problems:
>
> 1) It will only export the project you currently have selected.
>
> 2) It doesn't remember where you last exported a project to, so you have to 
> browse to it every time.
>
> For 30-50 projects this will take over an hour just to get them into Zip 
> files.
>
> Then I did the Import Project from Zip.  It basically has the same two 
> problems.  You can only import one at a time and it can't remember where 
> you last did the import from.  Another hour plus of time to do this.
>
> Is this worth filing an Enhancement request for?
>
> My other option would be that I use a source control system, but I would 
> have to set that up and still be doing only a single project at a time.  I 
> am trying to transfer class lab work and projects from one laptop to 
> another.  Using source control for them is really not a solution for them, 
> because they don't get revised.
>
> Mike
>
>
>
>


[nbusers] Export & Import project commands in 7.2 are terrible

lvskiprof 08/28/2012

[nbusers] Re: Export & Import project commands in 7.2 are terrible

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[nbusers] Export & Import project commands in 7.2 are terrible

lvskiprof 08/28/2012

[nbusers] Re: Export & Import project commands in 7.2 are terrible

Brian Ngure 08/29/2012

[nbusers] Re: Export & Import project commands in 7.2 are terrible

Milos Kleint 08/29/2012

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