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Re: remote repository replication?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-06-20 09:49:23 CEST

On 20.06.2005, at 08:44, Cagatay Catal wrote:
> I have 2 offices in different cities and developers work either in
> 1st office or 2nd office.
> I want to use SVN in both sides. The only way to use SVN in other
> office is replicating parent repository for
> 2nd office? Or is there anyway to use SVN, i.e from a web page?
> What do you advice me for this situation?
Two options I see:

1) Have a single repository at one of the two offices. Access it via
HTTPS with some kind of authentication. Subversion is designed to be
usable even over slower networks so this may in fact work fine.

2) Have two repositories which are in sync with each other. This I
have never tried to do, but from previous mails on this list I gather
it's not entirely straightforward. You may also wish to look into SVK
(http://svk.elixus.org/) which apparently has features that help you
with this.

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