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Re: Same project in 2 repositories

From: Hakan Koseoglu <hakan.koseoglu_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2004-12-24 12:22:45 CET

> svn update 3rd-party-repository (keep the 3rd party code updated)
> svn commit my-repository (keep the whole project in a different repository)
SVK might help (but I'm not sure how).
if your code is not completely mixed but in different directories, it
might work. You can checkout from different SVN servers into different
folders (i.e. /project from the 3rd party repo, /project/mine from
your own SVN repo).

> If this isn't possible with subversion, will it be if i use a CVS
> repository for my project ?
I do the otherway around, it sort of works. I checkout from CVS and
check back into my own svn repo if I'm doing any modification of the
code. Thus I can work without being online and still see the log and
see the differences between the modified code and CVS code.

I assume it would be the best if you keep your code and 3rd party code
separate and use appropriate tools to include the 3rd party when you
are compiling.

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Received on Fri Dec 24 12:25:21 2004

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