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Multiple repositories

From: A. Alfred Ayache <alfred_at_lastbyte.ca>
Date: 2007-01-22 14:58:42 CET

I'm in the midst of a project where I'm using Tsvn for myself and a remote
colleague. We're using svnserve. (On Win2K)

Now I'm starting a second project which doesn't include my colleague, but I
still need to access it from a remote location. I added the source to the same
repository, and that works, but I have reservations.

For one, the revision numbers between the two projects are now conjoined. For
another, I'm concerned my colleague may have access to this new project's
source, which has nothing to do with him.

So, I've created a second repository, on the same machine. My question is, how
does svnserve differentiate between the two repositories? I expect it has to do
with realms, but there's precious little documentation on these aspects.

Thanks for your help,

A. Alfred Ayache
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