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Repository creation question..

From: Glenn E. Sieb <ges_at_cibernet.com>
Date: 2004-11-12 17:52:39 CET

We're undergoing a conversion of a current CVS repo to SVN. What the
Higher Ups would like me to do is to have a set of three repos, let's
call them:

Finance
Database
Utilities

And under Finance, let's say we have three projects:

blah1
blah2
blah3

What we'd like to be able to do is have a tree that looks like:

Finance
|-blah1
| |-trunk
| |-tags
| |-branches
|-blah2
| |-trunk
| |-tags
| |-branches
|-blah3
| |-trunk
| |-tags
| |-branches
|
Database
|-blah4
| |-trunk
| |-tags
| |-branches
|-blah5
| |-trunk
| |-tags
| |-branches
|-blah6
|
Utilities
|-blah7
| |-trunk
| |-tags
| |-branches
|-blah8
| |-trunk
| |-tags
| |-branches
|-blah9
  |-trunk
  |-tags
  |-branches

We are curious if we can use this kind of layout and be able to do
things like branch all of Finance in one fell swoop. So that blah1,
blah2 and blah3 all get branched to 2.0, let's say?

It doesn't seem clear to me that this would work.. my guess is we'd
still have to branch each sub-project, but I'm hoping to be proven wrong. :)

Thanks in advance!!
Best,
Glenn

-- 
Glenn E. Sieb
QA Tools Engineer
Cibernet Labs
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