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Re[2]: How to manage one project but wtih two repositories

From: Alexander Iljin <ajsoft_at_yandex.ru>
Date: Wed, 3 Jun 2009 01:14:10 +0700


MB> 1) check out all code from private server
MB> 2) check out all code from public server
MB> 3) delete all code from public WC
MB> 4) copy all code from private WC to public WC
MB> 5) commit all code from newly updated public WC

  I'm thinking of a way similar to vendor branch. Say, "Priv" is your
  private repo, "Pub" is the public one.
  - tag the last revision you've uploaded to public:
  - for a new release make another tag:
  - checkout the Pub/trunk to Pub.wc
  - diff Priv/tags/pub1 vs. Priv/tags/pub2, make a patch
  - apply the patch to Pub.wc
  - commit Pub.wc

  I'm not an expert in the diff/patch stuff, so I don't know if
  copy/rename/move operations will be handled properly (someone,
  please, comment on that). If so, you can automate the thing with a
  command-line SVN client.



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