RE: Subversion Repository: naturally a single- or multi-Project versioning storage?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Pietro Moras [mailto:studio-pm_at_hotmail.com]
> Sent: 01 March 2012 16:47
> Subject: Subversion Repository: naturally a single- or
> multi-Project versioning storage?
> Having to develop two distinct, un-related Projects, I
> wonder whether it is sensible to store them both into a
> unique Subversion Repository, or it is natural to create two
> distinct Repositories, each one dedicated to a unique Project.
> In other words, a Subversion Repository is naturally meant
> for more than one, unrelated, independently versioned project, or not?
> Thanks. Yours,
> - P.M.
I think this is subject to personal preferences. So here is mine: separate repos for unrelated stuff. It may well help in the future if you want to retire some old stuff and keep the rest for example...
Having said that you can work it both ways and having only one repo can (in the early days) simplify regular maintenance.
~ mark c
Received on 2012-03-01 18:01:44 CET
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