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Re: using 2 isolated repositories for the same project

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-11-16 17:51:28 CET

On Nov 16, 2007 11:03 AM, Gabriel Belingueres <belingueres@yahoo.com.ar> wrote:
> Hi,
> I have this project I need to do, but I'm working from 2 different places.
> In one place, I'm behind the corporate network and its proxy server wouln't
> allow me to connect to the remote repository (using an http://... url)
> because of the propietary HTTP commands used by subversion. So I need to set
> up my project's repo behind the proxy (in my Windows 2000 computer).
> In the other place, the problem is the same, so I need to create other repo
> storing the same project's files.
> Afortunatelly, nobody will be modifying the 2 repos simultaneously (either
> they all are working on one place or the other, but never in both places)
> The question is:
> Which would be the best strategy to synchronize the two repos?
> Is there any (free!) tool that allows me to do this?
> Or is it just a matter of doing a dump on one repo and then doing a load in
> the other?

Can you set up your server to use HTTPS? IIRC, the proxy should
"allow" the SVN traffic through because it can't see the actual HTTP

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