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Re: Hold source code in two repositories

From: Nathan Nobbe <quickshiftin_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2008 07:47:38 -0600

On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 5:46 AM, Matthias Fechner <idefix_at_fechner.net>

> Hi Andreas, Blair and Nathan,
> Andreas Schweigstill wrote:
> > Such a setup is possible with SVK:
> >
> thanks a lot for your answers, that would be really a great alternative.
> But what is not possible, I hope I understood the documentation correctly,
> is that I commit to a local (local on my network not on my PC) repository
> and then syncronize to a second subversion server.
> The background is, I have an own repository on one of my servers running.
> Now I want to commit to my local repository (to have a backup here) and then
> my repository should push the commit to the second repository. Maybe check
> first if the second repository accept the changes before I can commit to my
> own one.
> I'm not sure like it is called but it is like mirroring the repository or
> double commit to two place at the same time.
> The problem there is, I have only normal user access to the second
> repository.

one of the great benefits of a distributed vcs is the tendency to replicate
the data. this time ill supply a link to save you the heavy work of
googling :)

Received on 2008-04-16 15:48:16 CEST

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