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Re: Help with "multiple level" repositories for a newbie

From: Steve Greenland
Subject: Re: Help with "multiple level" repositories for a newbie
Date: Mon, 12 Nov 2001 09:27:54 -0600
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On Thu, Nov 08, 2001 at 10:32:21AM -0800, Borja Pardo wrote:
> We have an idea about version management and i'm not sure if we can perform
> it using CVS. I'm also sure it is possible, but i don't know how by now.
> We want to have two different levels in repositories. Let me explain: we
> want a repository ( a "working copy repository") where every programmer can
> perform updates, commits, etc. Then, a project "integrator" checks if
> everything is OK with the changes and performs these changes in a second
> level (or "main") repository. He is the only one who can make changes in the
> last repository. This is to assure things in the main repository are correct
> changes.

You might want to look aegis (, which is
designed to support exactly the model you are talking about. It has been
around many years and is a complete usable tool. :-)


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