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Re: Repository id's?

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-09-23 21:23:01 CEST

"Kenneth Olving" <Kenneth.Olving@frameworx.com> writes:

> Is there any notion of a unique repository id?

Yes. The working copy (and client) are quite aware of exactly which
repository they're talking to, regardless of access method:

$ svn info foo.c
Name: foo.c
URL: http://localhost/svn/newsvnrepos/trunk/notes/foo.c
Repository UUID: 65390229-12b7-0310-b90b-f21a5aa7ec8e

> Reason I'm asking is the following: for initial work I might set up
> a small win32 server local to us with one local URL. We work a bit
> and eventually we realize that we're in a state that we can share
> the stuff - so I want to make the repo available on a 'public'
> URL. I may even switch architecture and go with our regular Solaris
> boxes. Ok, so I dump and load on the new machine.

That will work fine, you can preserve the repository UUID.

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