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Re: Maintaining File/Directory lifecycle information

From: ChristianD2008 <christian.jungkind_at_kopfweb.de>
Date: Wed, 20 Aug 2008 05:39:15 -0700 (PDT)

Sorry for the wording in my prev. post, it was not meant to be
condescending at all.

> Then break your project up into separate trees in your repository, and
> then compose your project using svn:externals. Then you *can* monitor
> the project status via tags & branches, using the facilities already
> built into the system.

Your suggestion sounds interesting to me, maybe I just don't have the
understanding
of how I can make the best use of Subversion in order to achieve my
goals.
Could you give ma short example of what you suggested? Or maybe you
know
some website where this kind of usage is shown?

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