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svnsync between repositories on completely unconnected networks

From: Austin Bingham <austin.bingham_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-10 20:47:02 CEST

From what I can tell, svnsync needs to two synced repositories to be
visible on the same network (or filesystem) at the same time. However,
I've got a situation where I'd like to have two synced repositories
with no shared network or filesystem (it's a security thing, is
entirely non-negotiable, etc.) Is there any way to perhaps do a
multi-stage sync? What I'm envisioning is something like:

1. svnsync on master repository writes some sort of file describing
the actions to be performed on the slave repository.
2. I write this file to a CD which I can take into the secure area.
3. I svnsync to the slave repository using the data on the CD.

At least, that's the flavor of what we're looking for. Any help on
this would be *greatly* appreciated. Thanks.

Austin Bingham

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