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Re: Global Revision Numbers?

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-04-10 14:34:26 CEST

On 4/10/06, Michael Fritz <spam_athome@yahoo.de> wrote:

> the TSVN help file reads:
> "For unrelated projects you may prefer to use separate repositories. When
> you commit changes, it is the revision number of the whole repository which
> changes, not the revision number of the project. Having 2 unrelated
> projects share a repository can mean large gaps in the revision
> numbers.[..]"
>
> Is there a chance to bypass this 'restriction'? Perhaps this is not only a
> TSVN problem, but may result in more repositories than necessary. BTW I've
> created a fsfs format repository on a network share. So, no SVN server
> installation.

How could that be possible? Subversion has global revision numbers per
repository. That's something that can't be changed. So if you have
different projects in the same repository, you have to live with the
fact that the revision numbers are not per-project.

Stefan

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