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How to set up projects with libraries

From: Frank Munch <sm_sbv_at_u5.com>
Date: 2004-07-28 19:07:54 CEST


is it normal that a developer runs sbv with more than one project at a
time, due to the existence of libraries?

I am new to setting up version control, so I'd hope someone might have a
good idea here.

Let's say I have two projects, A and B. They share a library, libAB and
also a general library, libGeneral.

So, if someone works on A he will also need to stay updated for libAB and

Now, which of the the following statements are more true?

It is perfectly natural and common to keep A, B, libAB and libGeneral as
separate projects, so a developer working on A runs three commands to be
fully updated

sbv ... A
sbv ... libAB
sbv ... libGeneral

No, that is not smart, there's a better way to do it...

Thanks in advance for any answers/ideas.

Best regards

Frank Munch

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