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svk and svn

From: Duncan Murdoch <subversion_at_murdoch-sutherland.com>
Date: 2005-11-17 17:10:01 CET

The "travelling with Subversion" thread mentioned svk, and I went to
their web page. It looks like they have some really nice ideas. are
there any plans for svn to include them in future releases?

In particular, the possibility of using an svk depot rather than
svn-style .svn/text-base copies of files is very appealing even if all
commits were immediately transmitted back to the repository. It would
mean that I'd have read access to all repository versions even when I'm
offline. It would also mean that the repository would be automatically
backed up, since each user would have a mirror of it. I already have
multiple checkouts from the repository, so I'm guessing that
this wouldn't use all that much more disk space.

Any chance that this feature will make its way into svn?

Duncan Murdoch

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