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Checking out multi-project repositories

From: Nicholas Pappas <nick_at_rightstep.org>
Date: 2004-12-22 00:22:10 CET

        Hello all.

        First, I need thank everyone who helped me out in getting Subversion to
work on Gentoo, and making the suggestions concerning IntelliJ IDEA
which prompted me to go ahead with Subversion in the first place.
Thanks. :)
        I've since set up a multi-project repository, and I'm curious about the
"proper" way to check things out -- or how to suggest that others check
things out.
        Here is my structure:


        Someone like myself would want everything, so should I checkout the
root and point my IDE to the appropriate 'trunk' directories? Or, is it
more "proper" to check out each project (client, server, common)
        Another developer might only be interested in the client. Should I
point them to the 'trunk' directory, or should I point them to 'client'
so that they get the 3 sub-directories?
        ... or does it not really matter? :)

        Thanks again for all your help!


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