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Synchronising on two different servers

From: Olivier Sannier <olivier_at_obones.com>
Date: 2006-08-16 09:15:06 CEST

Hi all,

I have the following situation:

One main and public server onto which there is the current development
version. I have no control on the configuration of this server. Let's
call it A.
One secondary and personal server onto which I want to do some
development that I intend to put on the public server at some point in
time. I have full control of this one. Let's call it B.

I have done an export from A/trunk to a local folder
(c:\prog\privatedev\) and I have added this content to B/trunk.
I'm doing my development in this local folder, but in order for the
local repository to only contain the changes to go from A/trunk to
B/trunk, I'd like to regularly do an update from A/trunk.
I know about feature branches and the merge ability to specify URI, but
in this case, it does not work as it says that the local repository does
not match the URIs.
What would you recommend me to do in order to have those regular sync
Right now, I'm thinking of writing down the last revision from A/trunk I
updated B/trunk to (rXX), use merge to get the unified diff from rXX to
HEAD in A/trunk and apply those diffs to B/trunk. But this is quite a
manual process and I'd prefer to have a more automated one.

Thanks in advance for your help.

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