Florian G. Pflug wrote:
Joshua D. Drake wrote:
Alexey Klyukin wrote:
Alvaro Herrera wrote:
But if you have a checked out tree, does it work to do an update after
the tree has been regenerated?  As far as I know, the repo is generated
completely every few hours, so it wouldn't surprise me that the checked
out copy is not compatible with the new repo.

I admit I haven't tried.
I have tried and svn up worked without issues.

As a note we will be updating this to subversion 1.4 shortly so people can do svnsync too.

Do I read this correctly as "This repository will stay around for a while,
and isn't just an experiment that might be stopped tomorrow?". If so, I'll
try using it - and lots of thanks for providing that

The subversion repository has been around *a long* time. The only thing that is relatively new is the anonymous checkout and that is just because we were lazy.

So yes, you can use it :)

Joshua D. Drake

greetings, Florian Pflug

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