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Re: sub-versions?

From: Branko ─îibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2004-07-27 20:14:58 CEST

Jacob Atzen wrote:

>On Mon, Jul 26, 2004 at 02:44:22PM +1000, Nik Trevallyn-Jones wrote:
>>Checkout a project to my notebook. Work whilst disconnected from the network,
>>with the ability to checkin my changes to a local repository on my notebook.
>>Reconnect to the network, and checkin my most recent local version to the
>>central repository.
>>This feature would also allow a development team to have a private
>>sub-repository that they coordinate with, and from which they then checkin
>>stable versions to a parent repository. Such nesting could be arbitrarily
>What you're looking for is called a distributed version control system.
>There are several out there. Perhaps the most famous is Tom Lord's Arch
>-- now under the GNU umbrella.
>You might also find some inspiration in the Subversion FAQ:
Of course, this isn't the right list for posting Arch advocacy. We much
prefer users who need distributed repositories to use svk,
http://svk.elixus.org/, which is based on Subversion and some of whose
functionality will probably (hopefully) find its way into Subversion proper.

-- Brane

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