Actually there is, via SVK, as someone pointed out. But why
not just use a branch?
From: Tim Hill [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, December 11, 2006 11:41 AM
To: Pablo F
Subject: Re: How to synchronize two subversion servers?
There is no automatic way of doing this that I'm aware of. I
would maintain two distinct working copies; one for the tigris copy and
one for your local copy. Then, when you want to push changes from one to
the other, use a regular diff command to merge edits, and then merge via
On Dec 7, 2006, at 11:40 AM, Pablo F wrote:
I have a conceptual problem about subversion. The issue
is that I want to download the source code of a project and import it
into my personal subversion server to develop by myself the code. But I
want to update the modifications of the project in my personal
subversion server as well. I explain with more details in the following
1. Checkout from, say tigris.org to tmp1 (to simplify
the case I suppose the project has only a file)
/tmp1$: svn checkout
http://svn.tigris.org/repos/svn/trunk/project1 (version 234)
2. List the files I downloaded:
3. I delete all .svn directories of tmp1.
4. I import the result to my server:
/tmp$:svn import -m "New import" tmp1
5. I work with my personal repository committing
6. Sometime I'm in the version 20 of file1 and I want to
update the changes of the project repository, which it's now at version
250, in my personal repository to make the version 21 of file1. I don't
know how to manage this. There is a special solution of how to
synchronise these two servers?
Thanks a lot and sorry for this little mess!
Received on Mon Dec 11 18:36:44 2006