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Bump: anyone wanna take a shot at splaining?
Jay Levitt wrote:
> A quick search shows a few mentions of using externals and selective "svn
> update" commands to achieve partial branches, but I still can't get my
> head around it.
> I have a development machine and two production machines, and I have /etc
> under svn's control. The vast majority of /etc is the same on both dev
> and production, so this works well.
> But dev also acts as a management server, so for instance, it runs dhcpd.
> I'd like to keep /etc/dhcpd.conf under svn control, for obvious reasons,
> but I never want it to show up on a production machine. And
> /etc/httpd.conf will always differ, yet I'd like to version-control both
> the production and dev copies.
> What, exactly, could I do to achieve that? Step 1 is to create
> repos/tags/dev and repos/tags/production, but how do I avoid having to
> merge each change in common files (say, /etc/bashrc) into both branches?
> Jay Levitt
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