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Re: Build question

From: Paul Koning <pkoning_at_equallogic.com>
Date: 2005-11-07 16:20:49 CET

>>>>> "Robert" == Robert Schneider <r.schneider@weingartner.com> writes:

 Robert> What do you do when a build process fetches the sources of
 Robert> several repositories? This is not an atomic operation, right?


 Robert> Would you use locks? Can this be managed properly with
 Robert> svnserve somehow?

No. If you have several things that contribute to one build, and you
want to get the benefits of atomicity that SVN gives you, you have to
design things so they go into a single repository.

You don't need to check it out all at once -- you can grab the head
version number, then do several checkouts of several pieces with -r
and the version number you found. But the pieces have to be all in
one repository.


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Received on Mon Nov 7 16:25:01 2005

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