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From: Cristiano Paris <paris_at_disp.uniroma2.it>
Date: 2004-02-26 01:11:27 CET

Hi everyone,

I'm going to setup a new development environment but I don't know if
it's possible to do it. Here's the situation:

- I've a public repository, mantained on a public accessible server.
- I've a private repository, mantained on my private notebook.

On the public repository I want people to develop all togheter. Anyway,
sometimes, it happens me to not being connected for many hours, so the
public repository is indeed unaccessible. I want to develop anyway.

Here it comes the private repository. I want to commit changes to the
private repository as long as I stay disconnected from the network
and, when I'm online again, I want to commit to the public server all
the revisions I made committing to my private repository. At the same
time, others developers interacted with the public server while I was

Is it possible to do this? Is it possible to synchronize the two

I thought about branching, but it involves using always the public
repository anyway.

Thanks for any help.


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