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Federated repositories?

From: Benjamin Scherrey <scherrey_at_proteus-tech.com>
Date: 2006-07-09 14:08:19 CEST

    I'm guessing that this is not supported by Subversion presently but
I'm asking in hopes that I'm either wrong or that others might be
interested in similar functionality. We have a dispersed development
group (literally on opposite sides of the world, NY & Bangkok). Our svn
repository is hosted in the states and our bandwidth between offices is
ok but has fairly high latency which makes merges and large operations
take quite a long time for the BKK group.

    What I'd like to be able to do is have an additional copy of the svn
repository hosted locally for BKK and synchronized with NY. Obviously
commits need to be atomic but, because of the work hour differences it
will be rare for users at one location to perform commits at the same
time as users in another location. Outside of major commits, things like
merges into local working copies and creation of new branches should go
much faster. Is this something that can reasonably be done with subversion?


       Ben Scherrey

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