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Re: Using up double diskspace for working copies (Was Re: Detailsfor svn test repository)
> > You can't mix svn and svk commits against the same repo. It confuses svk
> > (not svn).
> > You can use svk readonly, of course.
> Actually, that's not quite right. While svk's depot must only be used by
> svk, the usual usage is to mirror a regular subversion repository with
> svk into a svk depot, then work with it from there using svk. Any
> changes in the svn repository are pulled in with svk sync, and any
> changes to the mirrored copy are applied to the backing subversion
Except that http://svk.elixus.org/?SVKFAQ
says "Given an svk repository, do you have to use it via svk, or can you
use svn programs to access it?
Short answer: svn programs that only read the repository are working
fine; those who actually write in the repository would bypass svk and
make it fail.