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Re: One Repository or Multiple?

From: Ben Gollmer <ben_at_jatosoft.com>
Date: 2002-09-29 00:10:59 CEST

> The benefits of multiple repositories, that I can think of:
> * Version numbers stay lower. (But if you're worried about this
> you're probably doing something wrong.)
> * Can be moved independently if components want to be re-hosted
> elsewhere.
> * Can be backed up independently, which may lead to less backup media
> usage or more easily compartmentalized backups.

If you set up per-project mailing lists like I did, it's easy to use the
provided post-commit scripts to send mail on each commit if you have seperate
repos's for each project.

If you've got multiple projects within one repository and want each one to
have it's own mailing list, be prepared for some script hacking.

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Received on Sun Sep 29 00:11:34 2002

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