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rainer at ultra-secure.de
Thu Aug 23 16:20:23 UTC 2012
Am Thu, 23 Aug 2012 09:43:01 -0600
schrieb Ian Lepore <freebsd at damnhippie.dyndns.org>:
> On Thu, 2012-08-23 at 11:17 -0400, Ken Menzel wrote:
> > I found two good primers:
> > http://mebsd.com/configure-freebsd-servers/update-freebsd-source-tree-using-subversion-svn.html
> > http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en/articles/committers-guide/article.html#SUBVERSION-PRIMER
> > The second primer in the committer handbook seems to indicate that
> > it is difficult to run an SVN mirror. This appears to me to be the
> > biggest drawback. I have been using CVS and perforce for years,
> > but subversion is new to me.
> It may be difficult to run an svn mirror that allows you to commit
> locally and get those changes back to the project, but running a
> read-only mirror is trivial. The script I run nightly from cron to
> sync my local mirror is:
> # svnsync to pull in changes from FreeBSD to my local mirror.
> svnsync sync file:///local/vc/svn/base
I may have misunderstood all this, but I run a local read-only mirror of
the source-repository for my tinderbox (via the cvsup-mirror port).
Do I have to change that from csup to svn, too, then?
Given the fuzz made here about deprecating (or not) pkg_* recently, I
can hardly believe that this was "broken" "just so".
Is there a new port that does the same for svn?
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