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For historical reason I need to commit the same project to two repositories on two different hosts.

Is this possible in SVN?Will there be conflict?

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I think svn Replication could help what you want. from StackOverFlow

use the Relocate command to connect your working copy with the first repository, commit there, and then relocate to the second repository and commit there as well. Better make a copy of your working copy folder somewhere else first.

notice about the fact 'svn file in a dir is only for 1 repo.'

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