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Re: How to maintain two SVN repositories

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-11 16:59:31 CEST

On 10/11/06, Carroll, Andrew <andrew.carroll@okstate.edu> wrote:
> At our work we currently use SVN to manage our projects and files. We do
> this by the checkout, modify and commit cycle or whatever you want to call
> it. Problem is, once I check it out, I have no way (other than making
> folders) to track my changes to the working copy. I want to track my local
> changes using SVN and then somehow get them from a local SVN to the work
> SVN. I normally start out by checking out a working copy to my local area.
> I want that checkout to go into my local SVN and then check out from my
> local SVN so I can track my own changes.
> I don't however know what process is involved in getting the local SVN up to
> the work SVN. What is that process called?

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