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Re: Accessing Remote SVN Repositories

From: Thorsten Sch├Âning <tschoening_at_am-soft.de>
Date: Thu, 18 Jul 2013 07:41:52 +0200

Guten Tag Stephen Gorin,
am Donnerstag, 18. Juli 2013 um 00:34 schrieben Sie:

> I need to access the Subversion repositories of two software
> vendors. Because of firewall issues they cannot "push" their changes
> to us, rather we have to access their repositories and "pull" the latest code from their sites.

You should clarify which kind of firewall issues you mean, on your or
on your vendors site? That's important because speaking of "pushing"
changes to you implies problems with your firewalls, but as it's
yours, you of course could solve those problems. If it's the firewall
of your vendors than "pulling" changes is not an option as most of the
time that's exactly what the firewalls are blocking.

> What is the best way to accomplish this. Please bear in mind that
> I am not particularly Subversion literate.

You should make yourself familiar with how Subversion works because
this is important to solve your issues. Speaking of "push" and "pull"
is not enough, you need to know where Subversion servers and clients
run, who is committing which data to where and who wants to have that
data how and that you can think of which firewall is in the way or


Mit freundlichen Gr├╝├čen,

Thorsten Sch├Âning

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