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Re: Developping on a ReadOnly repository

From: Flavio Stanchina <flavio_at_stanchina.net>
Date: 2007-03-12 21:42:54 CET

Stephane.CLINCKART@ext.ec.europa.eu wrote:
> Problem is we (me and my collegua) should like to have a local repository.
> (--> we should like to share between us our dailly work and have a "backup/history/..." of our work).

AFAIK, it's not possible with Subversion alone. It would be easy to do with
git: you could set up a local shared repository where your developers push
changes and then you send diffs to the vendor from there (or ask him to pull).

You can of course set up a local Subversion repository that you initialize
with the vendor's sources (possibly by obtaining a full repository dump, if
you want to have previous history), but the two repos would drift apart as
time went by.

Maybe you could ask for read/write access to a branch for your own use?

Ciao, Flavio
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Received on Mon Mar 12 21:43:31 2007

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