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Re: SVN Mirror

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-05-15 19:18:28 CEST

On May 15, 2007, at 11:43, Steve Finkelstein wrote:

> Just switched over to subversion from CVS and loving it thus far.
> Quick
> inquiry -- we have a group of developers overseas and a group domestic
> to us. They have an svn repository there and we have one here. I
> suppose
> we want to keep the two "sync'd", or at minimum, pull in the code from
> the overseas one to the domestic repository.
> Would anyone be able to point me in the correct direction to get this
> done the "proper" way?

Subversion does not natively support multiple read/write repositories
syncing against each other. It supports read-only mirrors of a single
master read/write repository, using the new svnsync tool, but I'm
guessing that won't help you.

WANdisco is a commercial tool which may do what you want. http://

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