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Re: [TSVN] Created a repository...now what?

From: si <sshnug.si_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-10-03 03:50:09 CEST

> And, yes, it took 5+ hours to find it whether you believe me or not.

Fair enough, but the TortoiseSVN the structure makes perfect
sense IMHO, and I wouldn't want the writers to change anything.

Not much point "Getting Starting" for "Daily Use" until you understand
the "Basic Concepts" and have a "Setup A Server".

> I work on multiple projects and applications at any given
> time that all rely on the CoreLibrary project. I don't want to have to
> commit every change I make just to synchronize multiple copies.

I'm not sure I completely follow, but if externals are not what you want,
it is possible (and useful) to have nested working copies, be it from the
same repository in a different path, or another repository altogether.

So your CoreLibrary project could be it's own repository, and each
Project's working copy could contain a working copy of CoreLibrary
nested within it (in the appropriate path), then an update from the
root of your Project would also pull updates from the CoreLibrary.

We do this with web-based code and it works well.

If CoreLibrary was only supposed to be touched by a few,
then perhaps the new locking features might be of benefit.


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Received on Mon Oct 3 03:50:26 2005

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