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Re: One working copy part of two repositories?

From: Stefan Bellon
Subject: Re: One working copy part of two repositories?
Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2001 01:12:14 +0100
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In article <address@hidden>,
   Eric Siegerman <address@hidden> wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 20, 2001 at 11:19:29PM +0100, Stefan Bellon wrote:
> > Hm, perhaps I wasn't clear enough with my needs.
> > 
> > I have only anonymous read access to the main repository. On my
> > porting machine I can create an own repository where I have full
> > access (obviously). So I'd like to put my development into a local
> > CVS repository, but still I want to profit from changes in the main
> > CVS tree while I do the porting. Thus I need some kind of "merge"
> > from a CVS checkout of the main CVS tree into my local one. %-}

> Oh, well that's a lot easier!  See "Tracking third-party sources"
> in the manual.

Ooops, thanks for the pointer to the manual. I've read it all through a
few months ago, but I may have missed the relevance of this chapter for
my needs.

I'll re-read it tomorrow (if I can think clear again after some sleep
;-) and see whether I understand everything. :-)

Thanks again for your help.



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