Syncronizing console/SQL files between multiple machines?

Hi all,

I work on at least 6 different machines. I have 3 laptops and 3 desktops that I may sit down at and work. So, understandably, it may become un-funny when I wrote a cool solition to a problem on one machine and need it while working on another (at a different location).

Therefore my question is - has anyone succeeded in adding their console/SQL part of the DG preferences tree to subversion or git and use that way to synchronize many machines?

I really need a way :p

@JetBrains - feature suggestion?

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I would also like this. I am constantly pasting between datagrip and google keep.

At the very least, is there a way to store the project file on a google drive.

I started with 'default' project but I can't find it or any obvious way to copy it.

 

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You can attach your *.sql files to any VCS.

Tо have VCS support, please, download the corresponding plugin.

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Is there are documentation on doing this automatically?

All I want to do is have some sql share between home and work, I can do it in git but is it automated in some way or do I need to run a commit and push every time I use datagrip?  I guess that beats copying to google drive if I have more than one file but the issue is I only use one machine at once and I can't copy from the machine I am not at.

I tried doing some symlinks into google drive but that seemed to make datagrip very confused.

 

 

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AFAIK Google drive can make a folder on your computer pointing to the files in drive. https://support.google.com/drive/answer/2424384

Attach this folder to DataGrip.

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