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Re: Manage dependencies between projects

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 28 May 2014 20:19:15 +0200

On 27.05.2014 10:15, guillaume petitjean wrote:
> Hello,
> I use TortoiseSVN 1.7.6 on Win 7.
> I have two SVN projects ( in a single directory ), say proj1 and common ; proj1 depends on common.
> I tried to manage dependencies between projects using svn:externals but I didn't manage.
> More precisely I want to do the following:
> - have working copy path <path>/proj1 and <path>/common. But svn:externals does not seem to support ".." path
> - more importantly, I want that, when someone does a commit in proj1, tortoise checks whether an update is needed in common
> - I insert the SVN revision of proj1 in the binary generated in proj1 using SubWCRev. I'd like to insert also the revision of common.
> Is it possible to do so, and how ?

Please use the users mailing list next time. Your question has nothing
to do with the development/coding of TSVN.

That said:
svn:externals must be set on a parent folder. No way around that.


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