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subversion mirroring

From: Hanback, Phillip <Phillip.Hanback_at_avocent.com>
Date: Tue, 27 Oct 2009 10:51:07 -0500

I'm a network/systems administrator in charge of several Subversion
repositories. When mirroring a full repository using svnsync, by default
it does not copy rev props that have been manually changed, correct? Is
this the only part of the repository it will omit? In other words, is
this a complete copy of my master repository in all other respects? I
know this is obviously not going to replicate my Apache configuration or
any of the assorted modules, or my server configuration. Assuming that
is correct, is there a recommended way to automate the copying of rev
props. I mean, now I have scripts that do the synchronizing of revisions
periodically. Could I also setup a script to check for rev prop
differences and copy those also. Thanks.


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