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Re: subversion on multisite

From: Sindbad the Seafarer <sindbad.the.seafarer_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2003-08-19 13:08:55 CEST

Concerning Re: subversion on multisite
Erik Hülsmann wrote on 18 Aug 2003, 23:01, at least in part:

> Hi Philippe,
> I understand you are a beginner and I know it is hard to be specific
> when just learning the terminology and the field of a new phenomenon,
> but what do you mean?


as far as I understand Philippe, he needs to work on two
machines/networks obviously currently not connected to each
other (=two different locations) and thus both having their own
repository (=subversion). In a few months he will be able to connect
those two locations and then wants to "merge" both the two
repositories into one.

I am a bloody beginner, too, but I could imagine two options to do

- create a new branch in repository 1;
- export repository 2 to a folder accessible from the repository 1
- import this into the new branch created in the first step;
- merge this branch into trunk;
- relocate working copies from repository 2 to repository 1 (or just
checkout new working copies from repos1).

- update one working copy of repository 2;
- relocate this working copy to use repository 1;
- update this working copy from repository 1;
- commit this working copy to repository 1;
- relocate and update all working copies formerly bound to repos 2
- checkout fresh working copies from repos1.

I assume B is the easier way, but would loose history of repository
2 and may have weird side effects if there are files of the same
name added to both repositories in the period before merging them
into one.

I am sure the pros can jump in here with better

One further idea:

- update a working copy of each repository;
- make a diff between these two working copies;
- patch the diff result into the working copy of the repository you
want to continue to use.

I am quite unspecific as I have no experience yet with diff and
patch command.

Jan Hendrik

> Did you read the subversion book? I found the book a good resource
> explaining version control in general and more specific the way
> subversion works. The book is at http://svnbook.red-bean.com . There
> also is a FAQ at http://subversion.tigris.org/project_faq.html .
> Hope that helps,
> Erik.
> >Hi,
> >i'm a beginner with suversion.
> >is it possible to work on a same project with 2 subversions on a
> >different network (2 different locations) ? and let's say few month
> >latter, to synchronize the 2 projects on only one subversion. Thank
> >you
> >
> >Philippe
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