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Re: HowTo Copy one server commit to another one (without svnsync)

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-09-10 09:43:26 CEST

On 9/10/07, "Gustavo A. Dí­az" <gustavo.diaz@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi!!
> This is the first time post something here, wishing I could clear some doubts or find some help.
> My problem is this:
> I have one main svn repository, which i use to commits changes, and another remote one (provided by tuxfamily.org, which is like SourceForge).
> Now I've dumped the main repository and applied to the remote one.
> What i need, is when I commit on the main server, this commit should be copied to the remote one. I can't use svnsync since i have to modify the post-commit script in the remote, which i have no access to do it.
> So, how i could do this from my server? (taking in count that I must do commits on my server and not on remote)

You don't say why you 'must' do the commits on your server instead of
the remote. It's possible to have a write-through proxy server where
you commit to your server. Then your server forwards the commit to the
tuxfamily server. When that commit completes, you can update the
repository on your server with svnsync.

This functionality is in the - yet unreleased - 1.5 version.

That may work.



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Thanks for your consideration!
Received on Mon Sep 10 09:40:18 2007

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