Synchronization of files and mysql on Mac OS


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I'm a web developer, and recently I tired to use a flash drive to transfer work files from a working iMac at home-MacBook. For documents I use Dropbox, but what to do with the project files?

On both machines is XAMPP, to have pack files files, make a dump of mysql and carry it on a flash drive or throw in dropbox. Then home to do a reverse process.

Who can something advise to facilitate such routine?
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For the code — any version control system, even though the same SVN, but preferably Git.
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As for mysql, there are several solutions:
1. to do a night dump and committing it to the version control system, home — extrude from there and import into mysql.
2. the same plus console view scripts "dump + commit", "checkout + restore" for automation
3. to raise the mysql database on the server, accessible from the outside and use it for both projects (work and home)
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to start dev on obeah machines, set up there the LAMP and the image of the path to put on a flash drive (preferably external screw of course) and use on both machines. I do
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try phing there is a lot of useful things he removes from the routine. Hearing the truth for a long time.
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