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Re: multiple repositories

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2004-04-29 16:58:28 CEST

Skybuck@home.nl wrote:

> There is this project called ufo2000.
> I would like to checkout some version from the ufo2000 repository.
> Then checkit in into my own local repository, so that I can work on it
> locally... with versioning etc.
> Later I would like to checkout my changes and commit them to the ufo2000
> repository.

Check out svk


which allows you to create local mirrors of remote repositories, including
updates in both directions. The author is currently working on extending
mirroring to non-Subversion repositories (i.e CVS, Perforce).

> Another question: Can multiple repositories be merged together ?

In what sense? You can export from one repository and load that into another.

> Another question: Can one repository be exported to another ?

I suspect you are asking if one repository can push commits to another; there
are a couple of people working on features like this. However, there is no base
functionality in Subversion which supports distributed replication, per se.



John Peacock
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