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Re: How to handle such svn sync (or migration) situation?

From: Felix Saphir <felix.saphir_at_kantarmedia.de>
Date: Fri, 26 Mar 2010 11:49:45 +0100

albert kong schrieb:
> On computer A, browser from tsvn 'repository browser' see repository
> structure like this(2 projects): ProjSally, ProjTim
> Now I must move to work on computer B(can't access network on
> computer B), so I do make a hotcopy of the repository on computer A,
> and transfer the hotcopy repository to computer B via USB. On
> computer B, I really only need to make changes in ProjTim(don't touch
> ProjSally), Meantime on computer A, continue to make changes in
> ProjSally(not touch ProjTim), Then after a period, Is it possible to
> integrate hotcopy repository's change on computer B to repository on
> computer A?(If it's possible, how can I achive that?) Hope I express
> it clearly! And thanks in advance!

If I understand you correctly, you could create dumps of your changes to
ProjTim on computer B, transfer them to A and apply those changes to the
"original" repository. Creating and applying dumps is done with the
svnadmin tool.

But that doesn't seem to be a good practice, you could run into
conflicts very easily. A better idea would be to use a distributed
version control like git.



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