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Re: Appending revisions to a repository from a cloned repository that was modified

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2008b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Sun, 29 Jun 2008 01:00:36 -0500

On Jun 28, 2008, at 19:50, Aleksandar Vasilev wrote:

> I will go for a holiday and will also do some work with my laptop on a
> project for which I use SVN to manage the source code. My original
> repository is on my desktop pc, which will not be on during the
> holiday and I will not have access to the repository, this is why i
> will clone the repository on the laptop, and will commit all changes
> to the cloned version. WHen I return from holiday, I want to append
> all changes (i.e. revisions) I have made in the cloned version, to the
> original repository on my desktop machine. WHich is hte best way to
> achieve this? Currently hte variant I consider is using svnadmin dump
> to dump all revisions that were added to the cloned repository, and
> then load the dump to the original repository on the desktop machine.

SVK is the tool for this job, which is built on the SVN libraries.
SVN by itself is not the best tool for this.


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