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Resuming commits? (Client)

From: JM Ibanez <jmibanez_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2004-11-22 15:10:26 CET


Our company has recently decided to roll out Subversion for all our
projects. However, one of our project managers has a concern about the
atomic commits. In a nutshell, is it possible for a SVN client
(TortoiseSVN, RapidSVN, etc.) to resume a failed commit, without
having to resend/restart the whole transaction?

Our problem is some of our developers work on-site, and one of our
clients has really flaky internet access-- we'd like to be able to
resume a commit that has failed halfway at the halfway point.

The alternative, of course, is to break up the commit into smaller
pieces, but that defeats the purpose of the commit's atomicity.

JM Ibanez
   - A million monkeys can't go wrong...
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