On Thu, 2002-05-02 at 16:48, Anders Hanson wrote:
> I've followed this mailinglist for a while and i can say that Subversion
> Now too my question, will subversion support multiple projects in the same
> At my work we are building several applications that share a set of common
> Currently we are using CVS and have one repository with every library as a
> own module.
> The big drawback with CVS is the lack of versioned directories, and is this
> field subversion
> looks very promising, but if we can't have multiple modules in one
> repository we have to
> stay with CVS.
Stellation does support multiple projects per repos, including
overlapping projects. I can't imagine that with the link architecture
that the same thing would be any problem for svn.
> Another thing is, will the tag and branching "clone" be hidden from the user
> as commands.
> The way it is now looks confusing for me and my coworkers. Having a separate
> dir for every
> tag and branch will make the repository overflow with directories. We are
> creating atleast
> one tag a week and branching every month.
You don't generally directly look at the repository pathnames in a
system like this. It's an internal thing. You access branches by
project/branch/version. And tags are essentially branches with only one
> /Anders Hanson
Mark Craig Chu-Carroll, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
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Received on Thu May 2 23:01:54 2002