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Re: Multiple repositories

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-01-22 15:01:40 CET

On 1/22/07, A. Alfred Ayache <alfred@lastbyte.ca> wrote:
> 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.

This really isn't a big deal if you consider a revision number to be
little more than a timestamp.

> For
> another, I'm concerned my colleague may have access to this new project's
> source, which has nothing to do with him.

So use per-directory access control to deny him access.

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Received on Mon Jan 22 15:01:52 2007

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