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Multiple independent repositories

From: abcd <abcd_68_at_yahoo.co.uk>
Date: 2005-01-31 12:58:42 CET

Hi all,

I'm developing this large system for a client. I've
got my own private (i.e., not accessible by the
client) svn repository. My client, on the other hand,
wants a repository of her own. This should not be an
exact copy of mine, as she only wants the most
important releases, not just every minor bug fix
(which BTW sounds pretty reasonable to me). Problem
is: How can I achieve this? Ideally, I would like to
be able to do something along the lines of:

make minor changes to WC (e.g., fix a bug)
commit to my repo only
do major work
commit to my repo
magically switch to client's repo
commit to client's repo
switch back to mine

Conceptually, a commit to the client's repo should
more or less correspond to a tag (i.e., a "memorable"
release). Anyone knows how I can do this (easily if
possible since I'll have to do it frequently)? I read
the manual but I wasn't able to find anything
appropriate.

Thanks a lot,
Andy

        
        
                
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