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Expresso vendor branching

From: Mark Kikken <mki_at_vaessen-consulting.de>
Date: 2004-07-14 13:22:51 CEST


I'm using the Expresso framework and plan to use Subversion in the
future to manage any Expresso-related development. I've read the
subversion manual and came across the 'vendor branching' section. It
made sense, and I want to do the same for expresso.

However, the problem with expresso is, that it is not exactly a branch.
Expresso is a fully-functional web-application in itself, and not just
some files in a subdirectory of my project. The idea is that you add
classes to the expresso source to add functionality and register these
as an application with expresso. So, it's more like writing a vendor
branch for Expresso, than the other way around.
To make things even more complicated, the expresso sourcecode-tree has
the be restructured to be able to use it with the Eclipse IDE (which I
intend to do).

So, what would be the 'best' way to do vendor branching on Expresso?


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