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RE: Revisions confusion

From: Dale Worley <dworley_at_pingtel.com>
Date: 2005-01-26 18:41:00 CET

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From: RaveRod [mailto:raverod@mantrasoftware.net]

I'm taking it effects the entire repository? I'm setting up my first
installation and we have many different projects. I don't want them all to
have the same revision number... I take it I should create separate
repositories for each project?

You are correct, any check-in of any file in the repository advances the
revision number for the whole repository. This seems odd at first, but
after you get used to it, it's not a problem.

Generally, my experience is that you do *not* want to create separate
repositories for each project, as any action that crosses between
repositories is inconvenient to perform, and you can easily do any
Subversion action on a subset of a repository while ignoring the rest of the


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