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Re: Eric goes to lunch -- a decentralized-development user story

From: Joerg Hessdoerfer <Joerg.Hessdoerfer_at_sea-gmbh.com>
Date: 2004-09-17 12:17:56 CEST


I've just decided to look into this, as this is what we need also - we often
do work 'on the road' at customer's location without write access to our
repo. I wrote a simple shell script (see attachment) using dump/load for this
purpose. I called the 'fixed' repository 'central' and the 'on the road one'
'local'. It seems to work fine, except:

1) modifications to files in the central repository get lost after load of
    local repository

2) the svnadmin dump only works locally (ok, one could use CGI or ssh or...)

This seems to solve the 'Eric' story, but it's not what we need. We would need
the central mods to be kept, too. Would introducing branch/merge help here?
We can't use svk - we're a shop heavily using Windows (and I understand it
doesn't work on windows, right?).


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