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[Possible?] Partial Mirror of Working Copy Between Two Servers

From: <pwillis_at_aslenv.com>
Date: Tue, 20 Oct 2020 11:47:53 -0700


I looked in the archive but did not find any clear information regarding


I have an internal SVN server with a large repository of projects. I will
refer to this server as 'SERVER_01'.
I have a second, external, SVN server used for public sharing of a small
sample of files. I will refer to this server as 'SERVER_02'.

I wish to use my internal working copy from SERVER_01 to also commit changes
of a subset of the working copy files to SERVER_02.

I want to do this to only externally share specific components of my working
I appreciate that the complete internal server could be set up externally,
but this causes other issues.



The files in question could be externals in a separate working copy, but the
update from SERVER_01 would need to be committed to SERVER_02, somehow,
using the same working copy.

Is there any way in subversion to partially mirror only some of the working
copy files to a second server?


Thanks if there are any solutions.

Received on 2020-10-20 20:47:59 CEST

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