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Re: Multiple remote repositories?

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-11-10 21:16:35 CET

On Sun, 2003-11-09 at 08:56, Mike Ladwig wrote:

> I would much prefer to use subversion because it has so little learning curve
> relative to CVS. However, my project is splitting into three parts. The
> first part is at the top where the core technology will be maintained. Then
> there are two subprojects each needing to maintain their own trees and
> periodically push changes up and pull changes down from the core tree.

You can create three separate projects, either each in their own
repository, or all living side-by-side in one repository, it doesn't

Then you can use the 'svn:externals' property to assemble your working
copies. Just have projects A and B both include a sub-tree of project
C. Project C becomes a shared tree in working copies, very much like a
cvs 'module'.

Read about svn:externals in chapter 6.

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