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Re: [SURVEY] for repository administrators

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-04-16 04:08:17 CEST

Michael Price <michael.price@acm.org> writes:
> Of course, you then have all of the people (like me) who think that
> the top level directory should be project names with each project
> having the appropriate subdirectories. I also happen to use the
> singular form of each as in:
> /project_a/trunk
> /project_a/tag
> /project_a/branch
> /project_b/trunk
> ...

Actually, that *is* the Subversion recommended layout (by which I
guess I mean, the one the book authors intend to promote). It's just
that a "project root" might be located at any point in the hierarchy,
not just at the top level.

For example, in svn.collab.net repository, we have one project root at
"/", and another one at "/clients/gsvn/", and another one at


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