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Re: Two repositories, same project merge or copy help

From: Russ <rsivak_at_istandfor.com>
Date: 2007-06-13 20:13:59 CEST


Is there a reason you're not just using the same repository at work and at home? I mean this is what subversion is really meant to do.

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-----Original Message-----
From: Eric Muzzy <emuzzy@amnh.org>

Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2007 09:22:44
Subject: Two repositories, same project merge or copy help

I'm developing on two machines for the same project, each with their
own svn repository.
In the end, I want to merge into the repository at work but I'm not
sure how to do this.
In effect, I'm doing parallel development. When I do some work at
home I want to be able to merge the results back into the repository
at work. It would work the other way as well. The problem is that if
I copy the trunk from home, the .svn files are from a different
repository with a different url/path.

I'm wondering about svnadmin dump but that requires working from the
svn server, not a problem at home, but more of an issue at work.
Svn:copy seems to suffer from the problem of files coming from
different repositories.
Is there any way to do this from the client at either location?
Ultimately, it seems to make the most sense to have a branch for the
work done at the alternate location.

Thanks in advance,
Eric M

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