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Same Working Dir Different Repos?

From: Dirk Hoffmann <dh.discuss_at_web.de>
Date: 2003-09-25 18:18:29 CEST


I'm quite new to subversion and am planning to use two different repos
(possibly even served by different servers) which should be accessible
from within the same working directory.

The reason is that I want to build up two seperate systems:

One managing the program sources as common.

Another managing packages containing all the product files (binaries,
docs, etc produced from the sources).

The problem is, that sources and product files may be located in the
same working dir.

The first solution coming to my mind is to have different
.svn-directories, of course named differently. Then you somehow have to
tell the client to use these. Is there a way to do so or am I completely
on the wrong path?

I'm thinking about compiling different clients which use different
.snv-dirs or one client which accepts a command line arg to tell it
which .snv-dir to use.

Any advice very much appreciated.

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