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Re: Multiple independent repositories

From: Steve Greenland <steveg_at_lsli.com>
Date: 2005-01-31 17:18:03 CET

On Mon, Jan 31, 2005 at 04:00:06PM +0000, abcd wrote:
> --- Petr Smr??ka <smrcka@1sig.cz> wrote:
> > There will be a trunk of the project accessible to
> > your client
> That's precisely what I don't want to happen. The
> client does not (and should not and will never) have
> the visibility of my machines. Is your procedure
> applicable even in the case of a completely
> independent repository i.e., one residing on a remote
> machine?

In that case, I think you're stuck with the following model:

- In your repo, on the trunk, hack hack hack.

- Create a release for you client by copying to tag. (Or merge into
  client branch, or whatever is appropriate.)

- Export the tag.

- Import the export into client repo.

Of course, by doing this, not much is gained by them having their own
repo; you might as well give a tarball. Hmmm, I suppose them having a
repo might make it easier to preview changes, revert, etc.

Ahhh, the other approach might be SVK, which does support merging
between repositories. But all I know about SVK I read on the web:


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