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Re: svn:internals (was: Re: svn:externals Are checkouts atomic?)

From: Scott Palmer <scott.palmer_at_2connected.org>
Date: 2005-01-28 17:09:52 CET

On Jan 28, 2005, at 10:25 AM, Steve Greenland wrote:

> On Fri, Jan 28, 2005 at 09:20:16AM -0500, Scott Palmer wrote:
>> My description was incomplete. A and B are being developed together
>> in
>> parallel. A method is added to A because it is immediately needed in
>> B, or a new code in B is added to accommodate for changes made in A
>> literally seconds earlier.
> Then they are not, in fact, seperate projects, and treating them as
> such
> is causing you pain.
> I understand that your intent is that they will, someday, be seperate,
> and the interface to A will stabilize. Why not wait for that day, and
> then move A outside of B, and set up externals then?

Yes, I think that is exactly what needs to happen. In fact I think I
will treat A along the lines of a Vendor Branch but in reverse.
Instead of incorporating new drops from outside vendors, I will be
exporting new drops of A from within the B project to it's own place in
the repository, where it will appear to be a much more stable entity.
The downside is that the developer working on A will now have a working
copy of B+A instead of the simpler A-only WC. Not really a big deal.


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