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Re: How to synchronise a SVN repository with a local one

From: Eckard Klotz <eckard.klotz_at_t-online.de>
Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2017 18:56:42 +0100

Hello Daniel.

Thanks for your reply.

You are right I'm talking about copying changes (new commits) from one
repository to an other one.

My "working" repository is a local one located on the computer where I
do the source development.

The "sourceforge" repository should be used to publish my work once I
have reached a stable point and a new feature or a bug-fix is
implemented. Very important for me is to publish all revisions with
their comments to keep the history of development. Thus after "copy"
from my "working" repository to the repository at sourceforge should
have exactly the same content.

I played around a little bit to figure out if svnsync may help me (the
documentation about sounds good):

>
>
> C:\Project...>rem svnsync initialize MIRROR_URL SOURCE_URL
>
> C:\Project...>*svnsync initialize https://.../p/moritz/Archive_SVN/
> file:///C:/Project/.../Archiev  --disable-locking --allow-non-empty*
> /svnsync: E175008: While handling the 'svn:sync-from-url' property on
> '/p/moritz/Archive_SVN/!svn/bln/0'://
> //svnsync: E175008: Repository has not been enabled to accept revision
> propchanges;//
> //ask the administrator to create a pre-revprop-change hook/
>
> C:\Project...>rem svnsync synchronize DEST_URL [SOURCE_URL]
>
> C:\Project...>*svnsync synchronize https://.../p/moritz/Archive_SVN/
> file:///C:/Project.../Archiev  --disable-locking*
> /svnsync: E000022: Destination repository has not been initialized/
>
> C:\Project...>pause
> Drücken Sie eine beliebige Taste . . .
I thing now I have as additional problem to set up the hook at
sourceforge. What do you think about?

Best regards,

                           Eckard.

Am 31.10.2017 um 13:01 schrieb Daniel Shahaf:
> Eckard Klotz wrote on Tue, 31 Oct 2017 12:38 +0100:
>> Hello everybody.
>>
>> My name is Eckard Klotz and I'm the owner of the project
>> "https://sourceforge.net/projects/moritz".
>>
>> Some days ago I published my SVN repository at sourceforge.
>>
>> Since parts of my development are done on a computer without internet
>> access I use local repositories for achieving my work by using the
>> svnadmin command hotcopy together with an archive on a usb stick  it is
>> no problem to synchronise both repositories. Actually I thought to do it
>> in the same way with my sourceforge archive. But since this is not a
>> local path hotcopy seem snot to work.
>>
>> So I tried to use the commands dump and load but there I have the same
>> problems.
>>
>> My goal is to synchronise the content of the sourceforge archive with my
>> local archive used to store my development history while keeping all
>> revisions, comments and time stamps.
>>
>> Do you have a tip for me ?
> Actually, I have two.
>
> One, use standard terminology. What you call "archive" we'd call a
> "repository". Therefore I'm not sure whether by "repository" you mean
> "repository" or "working copy".
>
> In any case, look into the 'svnsync' command for pushing changes from
> one repository (in the standard sense of the term :-)) to another, into
> 'svnrdump load' for a one-off version of that, and into 'svn relocate'
> for pointing a working copy to a different repository.
>
> Feel free to clarify your question, then we might be able to provide
> more accurate answers.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Daniel
>
>> Thanks for your support,
>>
>>                                                  Eckard Klotz
>>
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