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Re: Repository Layout - One Vs. Many

From: C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-03-25 17:09:18 CET

"Brian Beaudet" <bbeaudet@efficiencylab.com> writes:

> Using the many repos approach... what would a typical tree look like
> assuming I'm not only checking in source code but also documentation,
> original files, etc. Here's my best guess.
>
> D:\Repos\ would be my root I suppose.
>
> D:\Repos\Project1 would be one repository.
> D:\Repos\Project1\Documentation\
> D:\Repos\Project1\Documentation\trunk
> D:\Repos\Project1\Documentation\branches
> D:\Repos\Project1\Documentation\tags
> D:\Repos\Project1\OriginalFiles\
> D:\Repos\Project1\SourceCode\
> D:\Repos\Project1\SourceCode\trunk
> D:\Repos\Project1\SourceCode\branches
> D:\Repos\Project1\SourceCode\tags
> D:\Repos\Project1\DataStore\
> D:\Repos\Project1\DataStore\trunk
> D:\Repos\Project1\DataStore\branches
> D:\Repos\Project1\DataStore\tags
>
> Am I on the right track?

Not if this is a "many repos" approach (many generally implies, well,
at least two). Maybe as a "many project per repos" approach... :-)

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