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RE: subversion on multisite

From: Jack Repenning <jrepenning_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-08-20 01:37:54 CEST

At 10:13 PM +0200 8/19/03, Philippe JUGLA wrote:
>For a very light solution :
>can i make , a local copy of the current state of the repository on PC -->
>and then, a bit latter to do a "commit" in the repository;
>so all changes made on the 2nd network are seen like one change.

Yes, you can check out a work area from the repository, and then work
on it without any connection to the repo. In fact, one of
Subversion's advances relative to CVS is to increase the amount of
support for "detached work" like this. For example, even though you
have no connection to the repository, you can still do

* "svn status" (to refresh your memory about what branch you're on, I suppose),

* "svn diff" (to see what you've changed while you were away)

* "svn revert" (to undo changes you no longer want)

Jack Repenning
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