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keeping 2 repos in sync?

From: <pll_at_lanminds.com>
Date: 2002-11-25 21:20:35 CET

Hi all,

Is there an easy way to keep to svn repos in sync with each other?

IOW, I have a laptop which goes between work and home. I want to
make sure changes on the laptop get committed to both repos. I have
other systems at home which will use the repo at home, and other
machines at work which will use the repo at work.

In theory, the 2 repos should remain identical as long as I remember
to run 'svn up' on my laptop after any chage on either repo take
place.

I am likely to be the only one accessing these repos, so I will have
total and fine-grained control over every system accessing them.

Is there any way to do this at this point? I'm open to work-arounds
(as long they can be scripted :)

I'm thinking that somewhere down the wc/.svn directory, I'll have to
manipulate the url of the repo within a file (or many) some how in
order to tell 'svn up' which repo server to update from.

Thanks,

-- 
Seeya,
Paul
--
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   but I'm really actively waiting for all my problems to go away.
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