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Re: ANNOUNCE: SVN::Push 0.02

From: Gerald Richter <richter_at_ecos.de>
Date: 2004-03-15 16:26:19 CET

> Some questions:
> a) The documentation says that you can push in that way
> that revisions are kept separately if you want.
> Does this also keep the commit messages?
> (If yes, you can use the script for working disconnected
> e.g. on a laptop, without loosing information by pushing.)

For working offline it might by better to use svk (see the link page on
subversion.tigris.org), which can mirror a repository and merge back your

SVN::Push is more if you want to have the same reository (or a part of a
repository) on different computers, for example for load sharing or make
parts of a repository public available. SVN::Push doesn't yet implement a
merge back.


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