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Re: Federated repositories?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-07-09 16:06:50 CEST

On Jul 9, 2006, at 14:08, Benjamin Scherrey wrote:

> 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?

I think you may want to look inte SVK, which is built on Subversion:


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