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RE: One directory -> two repositories?

From: Anthony Winner <anthony.winner_at_insydesw.com>
Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2008 08:30:41 -0700



Do you have a situation where your WC looks like some version of one of


Dir x,y,z -> local repository

Dir a,b,c -> remote repository




Dir 1,2,3 local repository

Dir a as a subfolder of dir 1-> from remote repository


If so look into SVN:external, and also possibly vendor branches in the


SVN:external can handle any version of the above where the remote repository
is a subfolder of the local repository, it can not however handle the
reverse, and if that is your situation, than some version of an import /
export script will be needed, which is what SVK is.



Anthony Winner


From: Julio [mailto:julio.martin.hidalgo_at_gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 08, 2008 5:30 AM
To: users_at_subversion.tigris.org
Subject: One directory -> two repositories?


Hello everybody, I have one doubt not answered in the FAQ. I want to
checkout from a repository that's updated every day, and have that directory
in my repository at the same time. So, I want to modifiy some files, and at
the same time, have the latest code from the main project. In conclusion, I
want to modify an open source project, maintening it updated, and have it at
my repository. Perhaps changing the ".svn" directory name for one of the

Best regards.
Received on 2008-07-15 01:54:37 CEST

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