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From: Torstein Jensen <torstein_at_jensen.sc>
Date: 2006-07-20 18:16:39 CEST


I am part of a group working on a project which is being stored on a
remote server (using svn). This is the developers repository, where we
are allowed to check out the files, but not commit changes.
Recently we created our own repository on our local server, where we
stored a "checked out" copy from the developers server. This is working
ok. However, when the developers commit new data to their server, we
can't update our local server with their changes and merge them with
ours. Is there a way to fix this?

I have tried to illustrate my wanted situation with a drawing (the

Torstein Jensen

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