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Re: dependendent update of repositories

From: Lorenz <lorenznl_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Wed, 03 Nov 2010 07:16:35 +0000

Dmitry Gavrilov wrote:
>I read about svn:external before posting, but didn't find it suitable, because 1) it's a
>permanent property,

documenting the dependency is good

> but the situation is changed;

in that case I don't understand you original problem description

> 2) "it should be allowed for the user to do not update repo1 even if it's required by
> repo2".

you can always perform 'update to revision' on the sub-wc pulled in by
the svn:external.
Or change you can change the svn:external localy (but be careful on
the nect commit) to point to a specific revision, and then update

If you are using TSVN as your only svn client, perhapse a client-side
post-update hook is a solution.
It could scan the log messages involved in the update and display a
message if there is a 'requires ...' phrase.

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