Hendrik Maryns schreef:
> Joshua Frankamp schreef:
>>> On Tue, Oct 14, 2008 at 11:55 AM, Hendrik Maryns
>>> <qwizv9b02_at_sneakemail.com> wrote:
>>>> I have a part of Jakarta Commons checked out, but edited it quite
>>>> heavily. While I want to stay updated on stuff that happens on the
>>>> Jakarta trunk, I also want to put my version of the project in my own
>>>> repository, such that collaborators can check out my version. Is it
>>>> possible to connect a project to two repositories and switch between
>>>> them on demand?
>>>> Maybe from the command line?
>> You should also consider the vendor branch "pattern" from the svn red
>> bean book. You can google that.
> This is exactly what I need, thanks!
> Mark: consider it an RFE that you support the creation of vendor
> branches in Subclipse!
On second thought, it probably isn’t. This is targeted at releases and
how to stay up with them. But I do want to keep working ‘on the
bleeding edge’: I want to be able to do svn up and get Jakarta’s latest
changes, then svn co and put them in my repo. Other collaborators
would, of course, simply check out from my repo and don’t bother with
I could, of course have two copies of it, one attached to each repo, and
keep them in sync somehow. Is there maybe already a script for this?
Ideally, it would even redo the svn move commands etc., of course. (On
the other copy, that is.)
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Received on 2008-10-15 12:21:09 CEST