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

From: Florian Seydoux <florianseydoux_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 07 Jul 2008 10:43:02 +0200

Aleksandar Vasilev wrote:
> [...] 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?

as apparently, nobody will commit on the original repo during that time,
the simplest solution will be to "just" copy the repo on the laptop
(then switch off the machine) - using any repository backup procedure,
and do the reverse operation when you come back.

svnadmin dump/load can be a way, of course... or svnsync...
(but if really nobody will use the original repo, you can just
"take it" with you).



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