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Re: change repository url

From: Paul Lussier <pll_at_lanminds.com>
Date: 2003-02-28 19:02:27 CET

In a message dated: Fri, 28 Feb 2003 12:48:40 EST
mark benedetto king said:

>It it my intention to merge in the issue-951 changes this weekend.

In the issue tracker wrt this patch, it states:

        it's what you run in your working copy when the repository
        has changed name/location, but not content.

Could this be used to keep two repos in sync? I'm thinking of a
scenario where I have a repo at home and at work, with a wc on my
laptop which goes between the two locations.

If I check out initially from my home repo, but make changes while at
work, I'd like to commit them while there. So, I could run
'svn --relocate' before committing at work. Then, at home, I could
run relocate again, I commit there.

Obviously I'd probably not want to commit too much to one without
also committing to the other, for fear of getting too out of sync.
But I see this as a poor-man's 'distributed repo' ala BK.
(obviously it doesn't scale as BK's feature does, however, since I'm
thinking of only scenarios where I'm the only user, it seems it may
be possible.)

Any comments?


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