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Re: Personal CVS repository?

From: MKlinke
Subject: Re: Personal CVS repository?
Date: Thu, 6 May 2004 13:05:17 -0500
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On Thursday 06 May 2004 11:59, Jim.Hyslop wrote:
> Geoff Beier wrote:
> > This is very easy to do... it's one of the easiest ways to
> > use CVS and
> > is an excellent application of the tool. Here's a quick
> > synopsis.
> However, it does not address the issue that Jill will be using the
> same source file in two different repositories, with two different
> histories. You haven't addressed how she should keep the two
> properly in sync.

In a simple single-authored project where she is trying to maintain a 
much more fine grained control over her revisions that what the 
"official" repository allows I'm not sure why she would even want to 
"sync" the repositories?  It seems a simple comment in her personal 
repository to the effect that "At this point in development the code 
was released to the official repository" should suffice.

(By "snycing" I'm assuming you mean "make them identical in all 
respects including cvs assigned revision levels" at some point in 
time )  

Given the assumption above, why do you feel "syncing" is important 

Regards, Mike Klinke

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