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another repository layout

From: Sams Niko <ns_at_vivid-planet.com>
Date: 2004-12-01 08:49:31 CET

Currently I have a CVS Repository with about 20 projects. Some of them
are very small (only 10 files) - but 5 of them are quite big (500 MB+).
The Projects don't depend on each other.
In CVS i have allready some thousand commits.

When i now convert it into ONE svn-repository with that structure:

I get as a result really high and confusing revision-numbers!

Do you think it is quite normal to have revision-numbers like 10000?
Also imho it is not nice if the revision-numbers of the small projects
change all the time - although nothing is done in here...

So the solution would be a repository for each project?

Multiple Repositories olthough would be a hard part:
1. TSVN users should be able to create new projects
2. Can users see using TSVN in http://server/ all avaliable projects
    in the repo-browser?
3. the config-files have to be rewritten for every repoistory - right?

Another idea would be to create for the 5 big projects a repository -
and for all other small projects one single repository. This would solve
  1. and 3. (more or less) - but 2. too?

tanks for any ideas and suggestions...


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