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Re: Two repositories

From: listman <listman_at_burble.net>
Date: 2006-09-11 21:53:10 CEST

On Sep 10, 2006, at 1:54 PM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:

> On Sep 10, 2006, at 22:24, Leandro Silva wrote:
>> Is possible to have two repositories on two diferent machines and
>> any revision that is made to a repository is replicated into the
>> second repository and vice-versa?
> As of Subversion 1.4, svnsync can be used to synchronize your
> master repository with a read-only copy, but if you want both
> repositories to be writable, then no, Subversion doesn't handle
> that natively. But look into svk which is built on Subversion and
> supports repository replication, as far as I know.

i may have misunderstood how svnsync works. if you have a 2 teams in
2 countries doing joint development and you don't want to use a
shared repository for the 2, i thought svnsync would allow the local
users to commit changes to their local version of the repos and
svnsync would keep the 2 synced?

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