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Re: telnet into svn

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2005-05-10 04:23:38 CEST

Timothy Smith wrote:
> is it possible to just telnet into svn and issue commands to update from
> a respositry?

No. There is an awful lot of client side code involved with updating a
working copy. For example, you need to tell the server what versions of
everything you currently have, then it sends back a diff, much of which
is in a binary format. This diff needs to be applied to the working
copy files in a particular way... It goes on and on. If you want to
update a working copy you really need to use a the Subversion libraries,
either via pysvn or the svn command line.


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