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Re: local revision history ...

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2003-04-03 20:39:50 CEST

Lars Segerlund <lars.segerlund@comsys.se> writes:
> 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 ?

Just a warning, Lars: you're about to open a very deep & complex can
of worms. Good luck, you'll need it :-). Support for local
repositories is not a trivial thing; that's why we haven't tackled it.

Personally, I just do

   $ svn diff > mypatch.txt
   $ svn revert -R .

to save a change locally. Primitive, but effective.


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