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Re: Block-level commits

From: Chia-liang Kao <clkao_at_clkao.org>
Date: 2005-06-14 10:45:06 CEST

 <ser <at> germane-software.com> writes:
> > And, as John Peacock said to him, you should also look at the patch
> > management capabilities of SVK:
> My main problem with SVK is twofold:
> 1) I've never set it up and *not* had trouble installing it.

It's nicely packaged by people for Mac OS X and win32, and is available
in most distribution as binary.

> 2) It adds a whole level of infrastructure that I'm entirely uninterested
> in. I don't want to use a local repository and push changes back to a
> local server. If I wanted to do that, then -- honestly -- I'd just use
> darcs.

You don't need a local branch, you commit to checkout of the mirror and it works
just as normal svn client. And you can use commit -P to generate patch rather
than actually committing.

For the local repository, hust think it as a wc replacement in your case.

At work we use svk, as the repository is 1.3G, svn checkout of trunk takes
20min and 2.2G space; where as svk mirror is, of course, 1.3G, and the checkout
takes 7min and 750M, so you actually save time and space.


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