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Re: 'Nested' working copies

From: Files <files_at_poetryunlimited.com>
Date: 2003-09-23 20:17:26 CEST

XA? What's that? Clarifification please? Relevance?

As for nested repositories, that would be nice. I have a tool library that is
separate from production - a vendor library if you will, that gets pulled into every
environment. But only one of them is a real repository.

But the wc of said repository is in the bowels of another.

So I have to actually commit twice. Not a big deal at the moment. But still.

Shamim Islam

Ben Collins-Sussman (sussman@collab.net) wrote:
>"Kenneth Olving" <Kenneth.Olving@frameworx.com> writes:
>> I doubt it at this stage since I haven't seen any mention of TPC and
>> distributed txns but...technically Berkeley DB seems to support
>> XA. Is there any plans at all to provide XA capability in svn?
>> Something like that would be absolutely fantastic, not only in the
>> >1 repo case, but also to coordinate between, say, a repo commit and
>> entries made into some XA aware db.
>Yes, it would be nice, but no concrete plans yet. We're about 10
>years behind Clearcase right now. :-)
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