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Re: How to manage one project but wtih two repositories

From: Kurt Pruenner <leak_at_gmx.at>
Date: Tue, 02 Jun 2009 09:38:07 +0200

Bolstridge, Andrew wrote:
> Kurt Pruenner wrote:
> > Bolstridge, Andrew wrote:
> > > Surely you just checkout the full set of source from your private
> > > repository, then use the 'relocate' command to change the url to
> > > the public repo, and then commit (you may need to update first to
> > > refresh the base entries).
> >
> > Doing a relocate from one repository to a totally different one? I
> > doubt that's gonna work.
> I didn't think it was a totally different repo, it's the same one
> without some changes that need committing. I'm not sure if this is
> the best way, but it should work.

Relocate is meant to be used when the working copy's Repository got
relocated (i.e. moved) to a new URL.

It's not meant to be used to keep several repositories synced to the
same working copy, and unless both repositories are created with
something like svnsync that makes sure both repositories contain the
exact same revisions in the exact same order you're probably in a world
of hurt if you use it - but then again I'm pretty sure TSVN will error
out anyway because the UUIDs of both repositories won't match.

Kurt Bernhard Pruenner --- Haendelstrasse 17 --- 4020 Linz --- Austria
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