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

From: Vincent Delporte <vincent.delporte_at_bigfoot.com>
Date: 2006-07-13 01:10:33 CEST

At 01:03 13/07/2006 +0200, you wrote:
>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).

OK, I'm on my way. I just wanted to make sure I wasn't doing something wrong.

>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

Alright. I won't use a Subversion server at home, and just rely on
TortoiseSVN to access a local repository, but I'll go bother those guys
over there ;-)

Thank you

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