Re: Add SVN subset to the main superset
Thanks for your answer!
Hm ok. SVN is not the best solution but is it impossible by that fact?
The example is abstract for a bigger problem, so my chief interest lay in
feasibility and the way how to do it.
Otherwise we have to transform much data into Git etc.
2011/9/29 Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
> On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 06:58, rmp8427_at_googlemail.com
> <rmp8427_at_googlemail.com> wrote:
> > Hi there,
> > I like to use SVN for my documents and backup my data. In major I use my
> > USB-Stick for this which has a repository, but once a week I want to give
> > all the revisions / commits (not only the head) made on the stick to a
> > repository.
> > How do I do that?
> > --
> > In detail:
> > I have a major repository on a big external drive. And a latest subset on
> > stick always with me.
> > If the stick runs full I delete everything and get the 10 latest
> > "svnadmin dump -revision 90:100 > Latest.dump" (if 100 is the HEAD)
> > "svnadmin create MyRepository"
> > "svnadmin load MyRepository < Latest.dump"
> > And I update and commit only on stick for a week (lets say my
> > will be 120 then).
> > At weekend I like to give those commits made on the stick to the main
> > repository on the external.
> > What will be the command for it?
> I think Subversion may not be the best fit for your usage. What you
> describe is very easy (from that I understand) with a DVCS like Git or
> Mercurial - they're basically designed to be used in this way, while
> Subversion isn't.
> Perhaps a hybrid approach with git-svn?
Received on 2011-09-29 15:16:21 CEST
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