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[Monotone-devel] Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Using monotone in a team

From: Boris
Subject: [Monotone-devel] Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Using monotone in a team
Date: Fri, 1 Dec 2006 20:27:19 -0000

Hugo Cornelis wrote:
> [...] I and J setup some fancy Lua hooks that allows us to proceed with
> development in the way previously outlined.
> Now, if I am correct, a third user, K, can clone our work, and start
> his own development, independent from ours, so using his own policies
> for branching, attaching certs and so on.
> After six months, K joins our group, how do we reconcile the
> repositories ?  How do we extend the original for ABC and IJ policies,
> such that e.g. K can work on D as an expert, with all necessary certs
> and trust relationships ?  Preferable without losing any history, this
> is ...

>From what I understand the history is no problem. When K synchronizes his 
database with the others all revisions since the fork 6 months ago are 

Regarding certs and trust relationships: It all depends on the local 
configuration of each and every developer. In your example everyone would 
need to change his local configuration so that changes in D only show up in 
workspaces once they are approved by the expert K (or if K is the author). 
Is this the problem you thought of that everyone has to change the 
configuration for the new developer?


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