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Re: Relocating admin dir outside of the working copy.

From: John Peacock <john.peacock_at_havurah-software.org>
Date: Thu, 18 Dec 2008 07:02:05 -0500

Pawel Gega wrote:
> Thanks for that, it really seems to be what i need - 'the subversion without admin dirs'.
> I will definitely branch my daemon , and check how it works with the FSVS backed.

If FSVS doesn't do what you want (or is too heavy-weight for your application),
you can also consider SVK:


which is a Subversion client built in Perl. Among other features, a working
copy has no administrative directories; instead it uses a local SVN repo (which
can be a mirror of a remote repo) to keep the administrative information. This
SVK configuration directory can be located at an arbitrary path, which sounds
ideal for your application.

NOTE: SVK has a raft of pre-requisites, but between CPAN (or I recommend
CPANPLUS) and Module::Install, it isn't hard at all to install.



Received on 2008-12-18 13:02:45 CET

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