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Re: SUBVERSION repository mirroring?

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2004-06-10 02:53:04 CEST

Andreas Jellinghaus wrote:
> can this be used, if you have only partial access to some repository?

Do you mean can you mirror a repository that you only have read access to? Yes.
I'm currently mirroring the main Subversion repository for my own patch
development. Since svk supports mergepoint processing, it is really easy for me
to keep my local copy in sync with the remote repository with a few simple commands:

        $ svk sync //mirrored/path # update the mirror
        $ svk smerge -C //mirrored/path //local/copy # test the merge
        $ svk smerge //mirrored/path //local/copy # perform the merge

All I was saying was that if you have write access to the remote repository, you
can do your dev work locally, then do a sync from local to remote and it will
commit to the remote repository:

        $ svk smerge //local/copy //mirrored/path
        $ svk sync //mirrored/path



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