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RE: Synchonize different CVS servers?

From: Luis.Martins
Subject: RE: Synchonize different CVS servers?
Date: Tue, 2 Oct 2007 01:29:53 -0700 (PDT)

Thanks for your reply.
I agree my English isn't that good so I might have not made myself clear.
Each CVS server will be in the intranet of each company without any
connection to the "outside" world.
That's why we just can't "share" repositories.

Arthur Barrett wrote:
> Luis Martins,
>> The problem is that part of the development will still 
>> be done in the "old" company which means that, for 
>> some time, we will have people developing in
>> same objects in diferrent CVS servers.
> CVS was originally designed to run over the wide area networks available
> 20 years ago.  You will find that you can just connect to the "new" server
> from the "old" company over a WAN/Internet and it will work fine.
>> All this to ask one "simple" question, is it 
>> possible to synchronize repositories from diferrent 
>> CVS servers? Any way to replicate all changes
>> made in certain server into another (with same 
>> repository structure)?
> This is not necessary and is complex to setup.  CVSNT 2.5.04 (GPL/Free,
> runs on Unix/Linux/Windows etc) has this inbuilt, or you can use things
> like cvsup - however it is unnecessary.  CVS is designed to be used over a
> WAN - just use it how it was designed to be used and it will work fine.  A
> single CVS sandbox can even contain directories from different
> repositories.
> Regards,
> Arthur Barrett

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