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Publishing part of a repository

From: Robin Becker <robin_at_reportlab.com>
Date: 2004-07-03 10:22:10 CEST

We have been using subversion full time for a couple of weeks with a
pair of repositories public & private. Basically the world has read
access to public with specified write access whilst private is kept
totally password protected.

The pair of repositories works OK except for the annoyance of having two
branch names etc etc and different revision numbers etc etc.

I was wondering if anyone hsa managed to merge two repositories with
time interleaving (I guess via svnadmin dump/load with a time merge on
the two dump files). I know you can merge from dumps, but the revisions
end up sequential with one repo completely before the other in revisions.

Also if such were possible and I ended up with a single repository is
there a way to publish part of the repository.

That way I could create a new world readable public repository
incrementally updated from the private one.

Robin Becker
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Received on Sat Jul 3 10:22:41 2004

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