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Re: Master/slave setup

From: Tom Mornini <tmornini_at_infomania.com>
Date: 2005-03-23 23:20:33 CET

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On Mar 23, 2005, at 3:05 PM, Steve Greenland wrote:

> On Thu, Mar 24, 2005 at 01:49:56AM +0530, Yashpal Nagar wrote:
>> Now biggest hindrance i guess ..is to provide client to developers
>> who can
>> talk to svk setup repository. checked faqs & tutorials etc but no
>> luck. Our
>> developers use totoise & rapidsvn etc and svk setup repository is
>> slave.
>>
>> How does other pepole use svk setup repositories?
>
> You don't. Each developer has their own svk repository, based on the
> "master" subversion repository. That's the whole point. Each developer
> can work on their own stuff, pulling in updates from the master as
> desired, committing back to the master when work is completed.

Well, the SVK depot is actually a Subversion repository and can be
accessed as
such via the SVN client.

I *believe* all of these combinations can peacefully coexist, though I
almost
blush at saying so so because it seems so completely *unbelievable*. :-)

                              -------------
                              | SVK WC #1 |
                              -------------
                                    ^
                                    |
                                    V
                             --------------
- ------------ | SVK depot |
- --------------------
| SVN repo | <------------> | *also* | <-------------> | SVK local
branch |
- ------------ SVK Mirror | SVN repo |
- --------------------
       ^ -------------- ^
       | ^ |
       | | V
       V V
- -------------
- ------------- ------------- | SVK WC
#2 |
| SVN WC #1 | | SVN WC #2 |
- -------------
_____________ _____________

I cannot even imagine how complex this could become if we added SVK's
CVS
and Perforce functionality into the diagram. :-)

- --
- -- Tom Mornini
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