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Re: Publishing part of a repository

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2004-07-03 11:52:32 CEST

Robin Becker wrote:
> 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.

I don't believe anyone has actually implemented a merge program of this sort, yet.

Could you describe exactly how the paths in your 2 respositories should be merged?
That will allow me to estimate the complexity of the problem.

> 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.

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