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Re: commiting to two repositories

From: Jim Hanley <jhanley_at_DGtlRift.com>
Date: Wed, 01 Apr 2009 08:38:56 -0600

Take a look at SVK which uses SVN as it's backend.

Quoting Daniel Luis dos Santos <daniel.dlds_at_gmail.com>:

> Hello,
>
> I have a subversion repository on a local machine that I use for
> development. I also want to commit to another repository on a remote
> machine.
> From what I know one working copy is attached only to one repository.
> How can I do this? I do not need to do every commit I make on the
> local copy to the remote repository. I only commit to that one from
> time to time (when some feature is implemented)
>
> I thought about a manual process and that would take :
> - exporting a given version from my local repo
> - doing an rsync update from the export to the remote repo working copy
> - commiting the rsynced version
>
> but that can be troublesome, mainly because of files and directories
> that are added, deleted or moved. I would have to make a shell script
> for checking those items and issuing the subversion commands. I would
> have to rsync to a temporary location and the script would compare the
> current remote version with the latest local version and add
> directories, remove, etc
>
> Is there an easier way ?
>
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Received on 2009-04-01 16:40:13 CEST

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