This is the README file for SVN::Push, a subversion repository 
distribution tool.

Subversion is a version control system, you can find more information

SVN::Push is a module which let you push the content of a repoitory
or a parts of a repository to another subversion repository, using the
Ra layer. This means you can access the repositories by URL, so
it works also with remote repositories. It's also possible to specify
the revisions to push, so you need not to copy all revision and can
instead just push a cumulated revision, where necessary.

svnpush is a command line frontend for SVN::Push.

svndumpload is a command line tool which is able to replicate
a full repository to another by doing incremental dumps and loads.
It checks the revsion of the destination repsitory and
dumps only changes. One or both repositories could
be on a remote machine, in which case ssh access is necessary.
The main adavatage of svndumpload over svnpush is that it preserves
copy history.

svnsetuuid is a command line tool to set the uuid of a repostory.
This is necessary in case you want later on your working copy
with svn switch --relocate, in which case both repositories need to
have the same uuid.

* Installation

You need subversion 0.37.0 release or newer, with perl bindings support
to use SVN::Push.

SVN::Push uses the stanard perl module install process:

% perl Makefile.PL
% make
# make install

* Configuration

After install the module, see perldoc bin/svnpush and perldoc for more information.


Gerald Richter E<lt>richter@dev.ecos.deE<gt>


A lot of ideas and code is taken from SVN::Mirror by
Chia-liang Kao E<lt>clkao@clkao.orgE<gt>


Copyright 2004 by Gerald Richter E<lt>richter@dev.ecos.deE<gt>

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
under the same terms as Perl itself.