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Is there common structure to a Subversion repository?

From: Skip Montanaro <skip_at_pobox.com>
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2008 14:30:28 +0000 (UTC)

I'm a relative Subversion novice. I use it for a few open source
projects like Python, but I generally use the barest set of commands
and only check in/out to/from the trunk. I'm used to seeing a
branch/trunk structure that looks like what I see here:

    http://svn.python.org/view/python/

At work we've recently begun using Subversion for some stuff, but
still mostly use CVS. I am working on an installation script which
will need to pull source code from either CVS or Subversion. Alas,
the structure I see in the one repository I have access to at the
moment looks like this:

    project
    project/ABC
    project/ABC/config

Nowhere do I see anything like the branches, tags and trunk directories
in the Python repository. Am I missing something or are those
directories just named and located by convention?

Thanks,

Skip Montanaro

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