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From: Lars Segerlund <lars.segerlund_at_comsys.se>
Date: 2003-04-02 14:21:45 CEST


   I'm looking at what it takes to make a local revision history for a
working copy. ( repository ).

   The approach I am looking at right now is to have a db in the .svn
directory of the working copy, and enable working against this.

   Is this the right approach ?

  I just want to track changes and make reverts against this, and when
doing an update against another repository be able to do selective commits ?

   I do realise that local brancges and tags might be a bit harder, but
I dont think it should be unsourmountable.

   I'm asking becouse this is the first time I have got around to look
closely at subversions source and how it's coded, but I hope to learn a
bit as I go along :-).

  / Lars Segerlund.

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