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Re: Usage advice - personal branches

From: John <jsparrow_at_ecclescollege.ac.uk>
Date: 2005-07-09 19:57:50 CEST

Quest <quest <at> lysator.liu.se> writes:

> > In some ways I'd like my working copy to belong to
> > two seperate repo's: a personal, local one for regular savepoints, and a
> > central one for sharing.
> This sounds more like arch to me.

I don't suppose it would be wise to keep two copies of .svn in the working
directory would it, and do:

move .svn .localsvn
move .centralsvn .svn
svn commit
move .svn .centralsvn
move .localsvn .svn

(assuming .cenralsvn and .localsvn are in the ignore list).

That's so crazy it might work.... ;)


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