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How to commit to repositories mirrored with svnsync?

From: Steinar Bang <sb_at_dod.no>
Date: 2007-08-23 18:59:02 CEST

The svnsync doc
and various articles on the web:
explains how to create slave Subversion repositories.

But they don't explain how to set things up so that it is possible to
commit from working copies checked out from the slaves.

The only way, is the one listed in the svnsync doc itself, is to
switch the working copy before commiting, which sounds awfully

Or am I missing something obvious?

I've found this thread which describes mirroring using apache and a
webDAV proxy. But that requires using the webDAV protocol, rather
than the svn protocol:

Does anyone know if there is a way to set up mirroring, using the svn
protocol, and with transparent committing to the master, from
workspaces checked out from a slave?


- Steinar

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