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Re: Dual Repositories - Same Project

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 20 Sep 2009 16:46:41 +0200

On 19.09.2009 21:31, Doug Fowler wrote:
> Hi All,
> I’m working with a local copy of an Open Source project. There is an
> online repository, and I have my local repository and local working
> copy. I don’t contribute to the online version, so I don’t need to be
> able to commit. But using SVN is the suggested way to get updates (new
> versions) of this “package”. So, in my local copy, there are files that
> are part of the core (that I won’t be modifying, but that will change as
> the “community” continues development), and, of course, additional files
> that make up my “application”.
> How can I connect to the online repo to get updates to the core files,
> and still connect to my local repo for ongoing development of my app?

If you have your own code separate from the library, just include the
library with the svn:externals property.


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