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[TSVN] Re: directories

From: Klaus Stammermann <klaus.stammermann_at_ibnoetzold.de>
Date: 2005-08-01 13:54:42 CEST

Rainer Müller <mueller_rainer <at> gmx.de> writes:
 
>
> 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.
>
> Please also read
> <http://svnbook.red-bean.com/nightly/en/svn.reposadmin.projects.html>
>
> Rainer
>
 
Hello Rainer,
thank you for help. I know rev-number is not more than a number. But it gives
an easy possibility to look at changes. Therefore I will use more repositories.
Because of that the admin has to create new ones. It is not the finest way but
by that the rev-number gives more information about the project.
 
Thank for that link, but I read this before. I hoped that there is another way.
But I think this try will be ok.
 
Klaus
 
 
 

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