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Re: [Newbie] Hosting more than one project in Tortoise?

From: Rainer Müller <mueller_rainer_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2006-07-13 01:03:56 CEST

Vincent Delporte wrote:
> At 00:44 13/07/2006 +0200, Rainer Müller wrote:
>> Revision numbers are repository-wide. That means, whatever you change
>> in your
>> repository, it will bump the revision number everywhere.
> OK, so I got it right, and the fact that Tortoise increases the revision
> number when making any chnage to a repository is by design.
> So... One project = one repository.

No, read on. You can of course store more than one project in one repository. It
is your choice. Read about the advantages and disadvantages of both repository
layouts. Both options can be found "in the wild" (e.g. Apache uses one big
repository for all projects).


PS: It is not "Tortoise" pushing revision numbers. Please don't mix up
Subversion by itself and TortoiseSVN as Subversion client. This design is by
Subversion and maybe you will find better answers on their users mailing list,
since it is a common question and does not only apply to TortoiseSVN.

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