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Re: SVN revision number

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-08-16 19:10:12 CEST

Huaer XC <huaer.xc@gmail.com> wrote on 08/14/2005 04:50:32 PM:

> I am an user of CVS and new comer to SVN. I just have a question about
> the revision numbers. Why does SVN use a repository-global revision
> numbers? IMO, it's really a big downside of SVN. coz this makes it
> really awkward to keep multi-projects in one repository. While when we
> access to a new CVS project, we can use the revison numbers to see
> which files are more active than others and thus pay more attentions
> on these files, is it possible that we do the similar operations with
> SVN? Thanks a lot for your reply.

This question would be more appropriate for the users@ mailing list. In
this case, the item is also in the FAQ:


It is also well covered in the book.



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