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How can I have a module in subversion?

From: <dunkshawn-subversion_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-09-29 08:29:12 CEST

Hello all,
I'm currently moving from CVS to subversion. In CVS I
use the modules
feature so I can have, in a large module, several
smaller modules,
that can be the same.

Can this be done in subversion? (note, this is the
same problem
described by Patrick Kelsey in svn:externals, present
and future)

This is the directory/module structure I have, from
CVS, in my sandpit;

Project- - - Subproject_1 - -Tools
         |
          - - Subproject_2 - -Tools
          
If I commit a change in the tools module in
subproject_1 the change
also occurs in the tools module in subproject_2 (after
updating).

The repository directory structure is ;
cvs- - - Project
     |
     - - Subproject_1
     |
     - - Subproject_2
     |
     - - Tools
     

I tried to set this up using svn:externals (based on
the description
in the book), but I could not get it to work.

Is this possible?

Thanks for your help!

Duncan

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