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Re: Repository Layout - One Vs. Many

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2004-03-25 17:15:43 CET

Crucius, Wesley wrote:
> I'm still struggling with this one myself. I understand your explaination
> and I can accept it completely. I just want a way to be able to go to the
> repository and get the svn revision that "is" release version XX.YYY of my
> application. I don't want want to have to maintain a cross-reference list
> independently of svn, and tagging seems to be problemmatic for TortoiseSVN
> because it really slows down explorer with, for example, 6 projects and a
> total of around 200 tagged revisions.

Why are you checking out all of the tags? Normally you simply check out
the trunk of the repository or one specific tag, not all 200 of them.

If your repository looks like this:


You would check out the /trunk portion of it, and ONLY that. When you
want a specific version check that out, but don't check out the top
level of the tree or the tags directory, that's a HUGE amount of data
you're putting on your local disk for no reason.


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