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RE: Atomic updates

From: Leon Zandman <lzandman_at_lode.nl>
Date: 2005-11-21 17:01:42 CET

> Isn't this what svk is for? Apologies if I misunderstand the problem.

No, SVK is for decentralising the repository. So each developer can have
it's own personal repository.

Atomic updates are about making the client-side "svn update" process
atomic. So that when you perform a "svn update" and it should fail in
the middle of its operation, then all changes will be rolled back. So
the update either succeeds or fails completely. Similar to svn commits.

I would also like atomic updates. It happened to me once that an update
failed and I had to manually restore many files.


Leon Zandman

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