Got another question. We break the codebase at every release to be able
to support current version + 2 old.
This means that we need to have 3 different copies of the source code in
subversion, I would like to create a structure like the following:
What is the best way to do it?
I was thinking about creating a repos called contactcenter and then just
create three different folders in it. But that would increase version
number each time I do a change in any of the versions, right?
My second thought was to create a regular folder named "contactcenter"
and in that folder create 3 different repos. But when doing that I get
the following error when browsing it:
Could not open the requested SVN filesystem
My apache config:
ServerName <not shown in this mail>
LoadModule ssl_module /usr/lib/apache2/modules/mod_ssl.so
Allow from all
AuthName "Datatal Repos"
# Possible values include: debug, info, notice, warn, error, crit,
# alert, emerg.
CustomLog /var/log/apache2/access.log combined
How I did it:
First try was to get it running with one repos called contactcenter,
/subversion/public/contactcenter, which went ok (worked in the browser).
Next I renamed it to 1.1 and created a regular dir called contactcenter.
/subversion/public/contactcenter <-- regular dir
/subversion/public/1.1 <-- contactcenter repos renamed to 1.1
After that I moved the 1.1 repos into the contactcenter dir.
/subversion/public/contactcenter/1.1 <--- repos now in the contactcenter
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Received on Mon Nov 14 16:07:15 2005