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Re: gcc source management requirements

From: Robert W Anderson <rwa_at_alumni.princeton.edu>
Date: 2002-12-10 05:20:51 CET

Peter Davis wrote:

>Hash: SHA1
>Okay, I think I understand. Instead of simply having the commit fail and then
>running "svn update" (or "svn merge") and resolving the conflicts in your
>working copy, you want it to create a special branch so that the commit still
>succeeds, but isn't actually merged into the HEAD tree. That's an
>interesting concept.
>Since it is very easy and efficient to create your own branch in Subversion,
Can I create "my own branch" in Subversion if I don't have write access
to the repository? From what I've read it seems like the answer is no,
but I'm trying to reconcile this with this "very easy" claim:
 Contacting someone by email and convincing them that I'm trustworthy
enough to grant write access can be anything but easy.


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