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Repository reorganized!

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-04-12 20:05:26 CEST

Sorry for not waiting, but I had the time and bandwidth and wanted to get
this done so that we do not have to scramble to do it later when there
is a problem. This is what I have done:

1) Created an eclipse2.x branch and populated it with the Subclipse and
svnClientAdapter code that corresponds to Subclipse (our last
build for Eclipse 2.x). If someone wants to tweak this version, this will
make it easier to do.

2) Copied the projects from the subclipse-3 branch to trunk. We should
now be using trunk for all of our main development!! Use the switch
to move your WC to the trunk version of the project.

3) Copied svnClientAdapter from trunk to subclipse-3 branch so that it
will be easy to do additional builds/releases for that line if we need or
want to.

This is where this leaves us:

* Eclipse 2.x development:

   Not happening, but if it did, it should go on the eclipse2.x branch.

* Eclipse 3.x for Subversion 1.2.x

   This will happen on trunk. I suspect that this is where most if not
   development activty will happen and where future releases will be
   created from. If it is at all possible, we will make this version also
   support Subversion 1.1.x.

* Eclipse 3.x for Subversion 1.1.x

   This will happen on the subclipse-3 branch, assuming that trunk becomes
   incompatible with Subversion 1.1.x. If I see any commits to this
   in the next week or so, I will make sure that was the intention and
   the changes to trunk if needed. If we need to do new releases, they can
   just be version etc.... We will use even numbers so that
   JavaSVN can increment by one and use the odd number. I probably will
   only roll new releases for dataloss bugs like the revert problem I
   in the 0.9.30 release. Others are free to step in and do releases if
   they choose. I will be glad to help.

I will be doing the majority of my work on trunk now.



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