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A question on version numbers

From: Lee Butcher <lee_butcher_at_yahoo.co.uk>
Date: 2004-09-24 18:17:19 CEST

Take this as the situation:
30 engineers, working on 200 files. Each engineer commits one file per day so
there will be 30 commits in 1 day. That means the global version number will
go from 0-30 in one day.
The average project is 8 weeks which is 40 working days. At the end of the
project the global version numner will be up to 1200.
Have I understood the versioning system of Subversion correctly? Each commit
increments the global version by 1?
How high can this version number go?

        
        
                
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