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

From: Nathan Kidd <nathan-svn_at_spicycrypto.ca>
Date: 2006-07-13 01:09:51 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.

Only for fuzzy psychological reasons. Once you get your head around the
concept you realize it doesn't really matter. To uniquely specify
something you must have both a revision number and a path. Whether this
is a path to a different repository, or a different branch in the same
repository doesn't make a difference.

E.g. if you start off with project foo in
everybody can talk about 'foo' revision 123. But then you release foo
1.0 and get
and you must now say "foo /trunk r123" or "foo /branches/1.0 r123".


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