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Re: [TSVN] Re: directories

From: Rainer Mller <mueller_rainer_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2005-08-01 13:18:04 CEST

Klaus Stammermann wrote:
> Hello Rainer
> In my repos there are some projects. And at every commit on one of them all get
> a higher rev-number. So you can't see if a project has changed by looking on
> that number.

Yes, I understood. But you can't do anything client-side about it. BTW you can
use a post-commit hook to get informed about changes to a project, there is no
need to remember and watch the revision number :-)
You can just go with it and live with the global revision number or use
different repositories, which requires direct file system access. The revision
number does not reflect anything more than just a number for you commit. For
example the Apache project uses one really huge repository for all of their
projects. It just your own choice. There are pro and cons for both approaches, I
think there is also something in the Subversion FAQ.

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