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Re: Problem importing a project

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-08-08 14:38:28 CEST

Jeffrey Kesselman <jeffpk@gmail.com> wrote on 08/08/2005 01:33:39 AM:

> Id be interested to know what "best practoice" is violated by giving
> each projectits own repository. In our case, where each project is
> unique and has a unique list of qualified users, it seemd not only the
> simpelst but also the most obvious way to organize our SVN server.

Others have already answered. Just note that the folder name does not
have to be "trunk", it is just that conceptually there should be some kind
of folder that contains your project. The reason for this is that it
allows copying (branching/tagging). I virtually any project you would
have some need for at least tagging. Even if you do not think you will
now, it is likely that some day it would come in handy. By storing your
project at the repository root, this is essentially impossible to do.


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