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Re: synchronizing 2 svn repositories

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-08-05 22:58:28 CEST

brane@xbc.nu writes:

> solo turn wrote:
> >hi!
> >
> >is it somehow possible to synchronize 2 svn
> >repositories? i read that it might work with "svn cp",
> >
> Where id you read this?
> >but it is not obvious to me how to do it ...
> >
> >can you have:
> >- wc1, from rep1
> >- wc2, from rep2
> >and somehow do a svn cp wc1 wc2?
> >
> No. Subversion doesn't support inter-repository operations, and will
> not before 1.0.

Actually, rumor has it that Ben Collins (the debian guy, not me) is
achieving "poor man's" replication by doing an 'svnadmin dump' in a
post-commit hook script, and then later moving the change to another
repository via 'svnadmin load'. Maybe he can speak more about this.

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