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RE: How to manage one project but wtih two repositories

From: Bolstridge, Andrew <andy.bolstridge_at_intergraph.com>
Date: Thu, 4 Jun 2009 09:47:01 +0100

Codeplex is read-only by default - like most online systems, it only
allows named users to write to it. (or you'd quickly find your source
code replaced with "buy herbal Viagra at our online casino".


You have to be added as a developer to write to the repo.




From: Mark Breen [mailto:marklbreen_at_gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, June 03, 2009 5:34 PM
To: users_at_tortoisesvn.tigris.org
Subject: Re: How to manage one project but wtih two repositories


Hello RobinP,


Thanks for that update,


can anyone else here confirm that synsync is the answer to what I am
looking for?


As Robin says, I do not need to do updates to the Public site, but the
question is whether I can make it read only. I am not sure that
CodePlex will allow that.


Any thoughts ?







2009/6/3 RobinP <robin.pellatt_at_gmail.com>

I can't believe nobody has suggested this yet, but if I have
understood correctly your public repo is read only, so it sounds to me
like svnsync is exactly what you need:

On Jun 2, 8:14 pm, Alexander Iljin <ajs..._at_yandex.ru> wrote:
> Hello!
> 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:
> Priv/tags/pub1
> - for a new release make another tag:
> Priv/tags/pub2
> - 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.
> ---=====---
> Alexander

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