Bug#408611: svn-arch-mirror: fails to sync a doubly checked out source tree
On Mon, Jan 29, 2007 at 11:52:24AM +0100, Jean-Marc Notin wrote:
> 2007/1/27, Lionel Elie Mamane <email@example.com>:
>> To my regret, svn-arch-mirror is just that: A utility to mirror a
>> svn repository and/or branch into a tla category / branch. Not to
>> synchronise changes that happened in both, but to mirror changes
>> that happened in svn into GNU Arch.
> I am well aware of that, and is exactly what i need :-) All i want
> to do running 'svn-arch-mirror sync' is to synchronize changes in
> the svn repository to the tla branch.
It does not synchronise anything, it mirrors a svn branch as a tla
branch. As in: a situation where there is a monotone bijection between
the revisions of both branches.
Either we have a profound disagreement about what it is that
svn-arch-mirror currently does or I don't understand what you are
trying to say.
What do you expect svn-arch-mirror to do? Rollback the changes made by
tla and force the next tla revision to be exactly the svn revision?
Keep the tla changes and abandon the idea that a svn revision can be
found as is on the tla side?
> And it used to work this way perfectly.
It used to work in a previous version? It used to work in a different
situation (e.g. no changes commited to the tla branch except by
svn-arch-mirror) where our differing interpretations don't lead to any
observable (behaviour) difference? Please specify.