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RE: RE: Thanks and a global versioning question

From: Jason Dunham <jdunham_at_SFIS.com>
Date: 2004-03-23 21:25:00 CET

I'm both lurker and newbie, so forgive me if I'm stating the obvious,
but this question keeps coming up over the last few days.

But it's no big deal to run separate "repositories" on a single svnserve
server. Each of my customers/projects gets a separate repository, but
it's all in one top-level folder on a single hard drive. For each new
project, I cd to the top level folder on the server, and create a new
repository using:
svnadmin create <newproj>
then I set the access lists for the users I want to give access (using
the svnserve.conf file)
svnserve is running with option -r /top/level/folder

Then for the import, I create a new a new folder containing branch,
trunk, and tags subfolders, copy the source code into trunk, and then
import import the new folder [I use tortoisesvn] into
svn://server.myco.com/newproj
and give this URL to anyone else who is cleared for access to that
project.
The revision numbers remain separate for each of my projects.

Jason Dunham

-----Original Message-----
From: Crucius, Wesley [mailto:WCrucius@sandc.com]
Sent: Tuesday, March 23, 2004 12:14 PM
To: 'users@subversion.tigris.org'
Cc: 'Tom Vergote'
Subject: RE: Thanks and a global versioning question; WAS:: Help: XML
Parser e rror, Date Conversion failed

Well, at least I'm not [completely] crazy... Although, I don't like the
fact that I'd have to maintain/administer multiple repositories and that
it
would break the "External Definitions" and "Vendor Branches"
capabilities, I
think... Also, if using svnserve, it's not possible to run multiple
repositories (instances of svnserve) on a single server, is it? Well,
unless
I bind each instance to a different port number, which seems hokey.
It's
cerainly not a show stopper for me if I have to run Apache, but setting
up
svnserve certainly is simple in comparison. Am I correct to assume that
using Apache would make it possible to have multiple repositories
without
having apache listening on multiple ports?

Wes

-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Vergote [mailto:tom@tomvergote.be]
Sent: Tuesday, March 23, 2004 2:02 PM
To:
Subject: Re: Thanks and a global versioning question; WAS:: Help: XML
Parser
e rror, Date Conversion failed

On Tue, 2004-03-23 at 20:26, Crucius, Wesley wrote:
> [snip]
> My proposed users aren't going to like (or
> understand) the global revision number
I'm facing the same problem and that's why i'm considering a repository
per
project, "the project gets a new revision every time someone commits"
seems
easier than "something in the repository got committed so everything has
a
new revision now, and thats why that project jumped to rev 317 even
though
it's still only a html design"
> [snip]
> Any thoughts?
>
> Thanks again,
> Wes Crucius

>

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